Villeurbanne, February 2018 – Sentryo, a pioneer of Industrial Internet cybersecurity, announces the interoperability of its Industrial Control Systems (ICS) CyberVision solution with the RSA NetWitness® Suite.
Sentryo ICS CyberVision is a unique monitoring platform that provides cyber resilience for ICS and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) networks. The ICS CyberVision solution passively analyses industrial network communications, providing significant component information as well as advanced anomaly detection including real-time alerts for any threat to business continuity and system integrity.
Interoperability of ICS CyberVision with the RSA NetWitness Suite allows Security Operation Center (SOC) and Network Operation Center (NOC) administrators to search for and fix anomalies in network and cloud infrastructures through a single, unified interface. Events reported by ICS CyberVision will be correlated with other sources of security information to detect advanced attacks on industrial networks. This interoperability translates to better alert analysis, faster response time and minimization of the potential for disruption.
For Matthew Chase, Senior Manager, Technical Alliances and Business Development, RSA NetWitness Suite, “Cybersecurity of ICS and SCADA is a strategic issue. By collaborating with Sentryo, we offer complementary security solutions that meet these challenges. RSA NetWitness Suite interoperability with ICS CyberVision will enable industrial owners to ensure security of their networks against cyber threats and also to foster collaboration between Information Technology (IT) and Operations Technology (OT) teams.”
Thierry Rouquet, President of Sentryo said, “We are proud to announce the interoperability of our ICS CyberVision solution with the RSA NetWitness Suite. With this interoperability, manufacturers using RSA NetWitness can now view ICS inventory and security data that was previously inaccessible to them. This assures an unmatched level of security for industrial control systems and critical infrastructure networks”.