OT and IoT security company Nozomi Networks has announced that its products are now available on the Schneider Electric Exchange. This would make it faster and easier for Schneider Electric customers to integrate Nozomi Networks solutions into their existing EcoStruxure product architecture and other Schneider Electric energy and automation software, devices and services.

The Schneider Electric Exchange connects the vendor’s ecosystem of digital partners to accelerate and scale innovation. It would provide customers with easier access to the tools they need to operationalize artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) for real-world problems.

Nozomi Networks delivers real-world OT and IoT cybersecurity expertise as well as monitoring and threat detection for Schneider Electric’s customers. Advanced options like multi-site monitoring in the cloud and new innovations in IoT anomaly detection are available from Nozomi Networks to meet the most advanced cybersecurity requirements.

“Digital transformation is improving our customers’ business performance in ways they never imagined. Connectivity now spans IT, OT and IoT operations and is used to extract, contextualize and apply new levels of rich data,” said Jay Abdallah, Vice President, Cybersecurity Services, Schneider Electric. “Our customers understand that the federation of networks and associated devices and services broadens the attack surface and increases their cyber threats. Therefore, cybersecurity can no longer be an afterthought. By including Nozomi Networks on the Schneider Electric Exchange, we speed our customers’ ability to proactively and continually manage their cybersecurity risks across their operations lifecycle, regardless of where they are on their digital journeys.”

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Jay Abdallah
“By including Nozomi Networks on the Schneider Electric Exchange, we speed our customers’ ability to proactively and continually manage their cybersecurity risks across their operations lifecycle, regardless of where they are on their digital journeys,” said Jay Abdallah, Vice President, Cybersecurity Services, Schneider Electric.

Nozomi Networks solutions support more than 3.6 million devices in more than 2,400 installations across energy, manufacturing, mining, transportation, utilities, building automation, smart cities and critical infrastructure.

Nozomi Networks products are deployable onsite and in the cloud and span IT, OT and IoT to automate the hard work of inventorying, visualizing and monitoring industrial control networks through the innovative use of AI and ML. Use cases stretch beyond cybersecurity, and include operations process trouble shooting, asset management and predictive maintenance.

Schneider Electric Exchange includes EcoStruxure solutions, which provide access to the company’s open, interoperable, IoT-enabled system architecture and ecosystem of experts. EcoStruxure is deployed in almost 500,000 sites with the support of 20,000+ developers, 650,000 services providers and partners, 3,000 utilities and connects over 2 million assets under management. With Nozomi Networks solutions integrated into EcoStruxure, Schneider Electric customers worldwide gain advanced solutions for industrial control system cyber resiliency and real-time operational visibility that spans IT, OT and IoT networks.

“Today’s digital enterprise requires a holistic security approach that continually monitors, assesses, adapts and manages converged business and operating systems,” said Chet Namboodri, Vice President, Worldwide Business Development & Channel Sales, Nozomi Networks. “We are pleased to continuously grow and strengthen our partnership with Schneider Electric, in this case offering our technology and expertise via a marketplace designed to foster open, transparent collaboration and access to solutions to help protect people, process and profits for Schneider Electric customers around the world.”

 

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