Leidos, Claroty Partner on Industrial Control System Network Protection Offering

Leidos and Claroty have teamed up to offer an industrial control systems network protection technology equipped with passive monitoring features.

Leidos said Wednesday it will integrate the company’s Industrial Defender Automation Systems Manager offering with Claroty’s passive monitoring platform to help customers monitor, detect and respond to infrastructure network security threats.

Current and future customers of Industrial Defender ASM can purchase the integrated system through Leidos.

Industrial Defender ASM seeks to address cybersecurity, compliance and change management requirements of ICS operators.

Claroty designed its platform to help clients monitor and secure ICS networks in a passive manner as well as prevent interruption of industrial processes.

The system is also built to manage security of remote employee and third-party access to critical systems.

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