NEXTGEN and Claroty team up with new distribution agreement

Singapore-based technology services firm NEXTGEN Group Asia and United States-based cyber-physical systems (CPS) protection company Claroty have announced a new distribution partnership extending across Singapore, Indonesia, and Philippines.

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Balancing innovation and safety: Cybersecurity measures for medical devices

The rise of the interconnected Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and other healthcare cyber-physical systems means cyber threats have the potential to disrupt patient care by triggering device outages or malfunctions. 

CISOs: Collaboration and Visibility into OT networks is necessary to mitigate future OT cyber risks

Alarmingly, Gartner predicts that cyber attackers will be able to weaponize OT environments to successfully harm or kill humans by the year 2025. But with this sensationalism comes a greater awareness of the pressing need for specialized OT security solutions and standards. In fact, OT security has become a security issue of national concern.

US cybersecurity firm Claroty raises $400M Series E funding led by SoftBank, acquires Medigate for extended IoT protection

Claroty has raised $400 million in Series E funding and entering an agreement to acquire Medigate. The round brings the company’s total funding to $635 million, making it the most well-funded cybersecurity company in the industrial, healthcare, and enterprise IoT sectors.

The fallout from the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack and its implications

Digital transformation expands an organization’s attack surface, making it easier for threat actors to enter the network and gain control of OT assets. Without the correct security tools in place organizations can’t identify vulnerabilities or detect malicious activity.

Claroty opens regional headquarters in Singapore after securing $140M Series D funding to meet growing demand for cybersecurity

The office opening comes shortly after Claroty’s $140 million Series D fundraise, which included participation from Temasek, Singapore's state investor. The company raised the round in order to meet rapidly accelerating global demand for The Claroty Platform’s visibility, threat detection, risk, and vulnerability management, and secure remote access…