prnewswire | September 21, 2020
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Armis | October 04, 2021
Smarttech247, the multi award-winning MDR cybersecurity organisation and Armis, the leading unified asset visibility and security platform provider announced today that they have formed a strategic partnership to offer their global customers the opportunity to increase asset visibility, security and threat detection across their entire ecosystems. With IT and IoT increasingly converging on OT environments, it’s not enough anymore to simply identify OT devices – this approach will not give these organisations the full picture needed to combat modern cybersecurity threats.
The strategic partnership with Armis enables Smarttech247 to seamlessly enhance their current offering to deliver 100% visibility across all assets and device types. Customers can subsequently identify risks and gaps with a simple integration that will allow them to not only focus on their managed devices but also their new unidentified environment of unmanaged OT/ICS and IoT devices.
This partnership will give our customers greater visibility and a bird’s eye view over the whole organisation. Armis will build on our cybersecurity asset management, risk management, and automated enforcement to all assets within our clients’ environments
Raluca Saceanu, COO at Smarttech247
The partnership will provide increased value to clients looking for consolidation of monitoring and security analysis for IoT/ICS/OT environments. Smarttech247 will add the Armis security platform to its cybersecurity offerings to bring customers real-time detection tactics and techniques and allow them to benefit from Armis’ unique ability to see all assets across a client’s ecosystem.
“Smarttech247 enabled the seamless integration of the Armis platform into our security platforms. This integration significantly increased our asset visibility and security analysis across our OT/ICS environment. It also allows us to monitor not only our managed devices but also our new, unidentified environment of unmanaged OT/ICS, loT devices,” said Luis Cunha, Head of Security Engineering and Operations at Aptiv.
“Strategically this partnership will benefit our shared customers and prospects, allowing a wider user community access to our collective award-winning abilities. One of the biggest risks firms are facing today is from unseen, unmanaged and legacy connected devices that many organisations have little and incomplete visibility of, let alone the know-how to manage them. Having complete, real-time visibility of all devices coupled with Smarttech247 will benefit our customers by giving them all the information they need to make better risk-related decisions,” said Jamie Andrews, EMEA Partner Director at Armis.
In the recent Mitre Engenuity Att&ck Evaluations Armis provided 100% visibility of all IT, IoT & OT/ICS assets with real-time detection of all initial access and lateral movement. In addition, Armis also achieved 100% coverage of all known ICS threat tactics.
Smarttech247 is a multi-award-winning cybersecurity organization that provides innovative solutions to global companies. The Smarttech247 MDR (Managed Detection & Response) solutions include advanced cyber defence products and services designed to help global organizations mitigate against the risks of cybercrime.
Armis is the leading unified asset visibility and security platform designed to address the new threat landscape that connected devices create. Fortune 1000 companies trust our real-time and continuous protection to see with full context all managed, unmanaged, and IoT devices, including medical devices (IoMT), operational technology (OT) and industrial control systems (ICS). Armis provides passive and unparalleled cybersecurity asset management, risk management, and automated enforcement. Armis is a privately held company and headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
Huawei | May 13, 2021
In collaboration with RCR Wireless, Huawei Technologies USA held a fireside chat with Andy Purdy, Chief Security Officer at Huawei Technologies USA, and Sean Kinney, Editor in Chief at RCR Wireless, to explore how organizations can understand and adopt zero-trust strategies. Purdy, a cybersecurity specialist, provides insights into accelerating the global adoption of standardized processes for ensuring the security of all telecom devices. He also discusses the wider implications of Huawei's inclusion on the US export controls list on the supply chain. While the list was established to protect national security, it has grown in scope and has had unexpected consequences for the global supply chain.
The fireside chat, which can be seen here, goes into greater detail on the importance of reestablishing global trust and cooperation to maintain a regular supply chain. Zero-trust cybersecurity strategies can promote an environment for innovation while also protecting national security through an intervention based on facts, verification, transparency, and risk management. The zero-trust model, which is based on never trusting and always verifying, assists companies in minimizing damage and reducing the possibility of hackers trying to infiltrate their systems. Following SolarWinds and other cyberattacks, the cybersecurity community has recognized the crucial importance of transparency and accountability. Experts emphasize the growing importance of incentives to encourage companies to uphold secure cybersecurity practices, as well as the need to hold organizations accountable when they fail to do so.
Are telecom operators building their networks following zero-trust principles? What will experts do to improve industry assurance, accountability, and transparency? What else will Huawei do to push for the global adoption of standardized processes for checking the security of all telecom equipment, not just Huawei's? And how has Huawei's inclusion on the U.S. Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security entity list affected the company overall? Purdy and Kinney delve into these and other issues, including actionable insights into making cyberspace safer and more transparent by using zero-trust cybersecurity.
Huawei is a world leader in infrastructure and smart devices for information and communications technology (ICT). We are dedicated to bringing digital to every person, home, and enterprise through interconnected technologies across four key domains – telecom networks, IT, smart devices, and cloud services – for a fully connected, intelligent world.
Huawei's whole product, solution, and service portfolio are both competitive and secure. We create long-term value for our customers by an open partnership with ecosystem partners, collaborating to empower people, enhance home life, and inspire innovation in organizations of all sizes.
Huawei innovates to meet the needs of its customers. We make significant investments in basic research, focusing on technological breakthroughs that drive the world forward. We hire over 188,000 people and operate in over 170 countries and regions. Huawei, which was established in 1987, is a private company that is entirely owned by its employees.