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Security vulnerabilities
Claroty finds seven vulnerabilities in Dataprobe iBoot-PDU
Last month
The Claroty research team (Team82) has found seven vulnerabilities in Dataprobe's iBoot-PDU, the company's intelligent power distribution unit product.
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IT in Healthcare
Wavelink partners with Medigate, adding offering to portfolio
Last month
Wavelink has entered a distribution partnership with Medigate by Claroty, a platform tailored especially for the healthcare industry.
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Cybersecurity
Exclusive Networks finalises APAC partnership with Claroty
Last month
The partnership will see Exclusive Networks provide Claroty’s cybersecurity solutions across the industrial, healthcare, and commercial environments.
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Cybersecurity
Internet of Things vulnerability disclosures grew 57%
August 2022
Vulnerability disclosures impacting IoT devices increased by 57% in the first half of 2022 compared to the previous six months.
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Collaboration
Schneider Electric launches Connected Services with Claroty
August 2022
Schneider Electric is teaming up with Claroty to assist in maintaining cybersecurity for physical assets - a critical issue.
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Cybersecurity
Claroty research unveils new attack that targets PLCs
August 2022
Claroty has released research detailing a new type of cyber-attack, one that weaponises programmable logic controllers (PLCs).
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SaaS
Claroty launches new cloud-based industrial cybersecurity platform
August 2022
The company says Claroty xDome is the industry's first solution to deliver the ease and scalability of SaaS without compromising on visibility, protection, and monitoring controls.
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MDM
Claroty's Team82 uncovers two vulnerabilities in FileWave’s MDM system
July 2022
Claroty’s research arm (Team82) has uncovered and disclosed two critical vulnerabilities in FileWave’s Mobile Device Management (MDM) system.
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Cybersecurity
Schneider Electric and Claroty launch building security solution
June 2022
Schneider Electric has announced the launch of Cybersecurity Solutions for Buildings, a solution designed to help buildings customers secure BMS.
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Cybersecurity
Big names come together to launch OT Cybersecurity Coalition
April 2022
The OT Cyber Coalition aims to advocate for vendor-neutral, interoperable and standards-based cybersecurity solutions.
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Cybersecurity
New report shows increase of ICS vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure
March 2022
The amount of Industrial Control System (ICS) vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure sectors have been found to have increased by 110% over the last four years, according to a new report by Claroty.
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Ransomware
APAC organisations forking out millions due to ransomware
February 2022
“Our research shows that critical infrastructure security is at a pivotal juncture, where threats are proliferating and evolving, but there’s also a growing collective interest and desire in protecting our most essential systems."
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Cybersecurity
Claroty raises $400m, announces intent to acquire Medigate
December 2021
“By combining Claroty and Medigate’s deep domain expertise and specialised technologies into a single platform, we will take a giant leap forward on our mission to secure the ever-expanding universe of XIoT."
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Open source
Claroty and JFrog discover 14 vulnerabilities in Busybox
November 2021
Team82 and JFrog have announced the discovery of 14 vulnerabilities affecting the latest version of BusyBox.
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Cloud
Claroty expands into APJ region with new headquarters
October 2021
"Our expansion in APJ is a reflection of this growing demand as well as the success we’ve achieved to date in the region, and we look forward to working with our strong ecosystem of partners to continue building upon this success.”
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Cybersecurity
Security vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure on the rise
August 2021
"As more enterprises are modernising their industrial processes by connecting them to the cloud, they are also giving threat actors more ways to compromise industrial operations through ransomware and extortion attacks."
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Cloud
Claroty launches research arm dedicated to revealing critical vulnerabilities
July 2021
Team82, formerly known as The Claroty Research Team, is a group known for its rapid development of industrial threat signatures, proprietary protocol analysis, and discovery of ICS vulnerabilities.
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Industrial IoT
Claroty raises $140m, marks largest investment ever for the sector
June 2021
"With this new investment from the most prestigious firms in the world, we have the financial runway to execute on our proven product strategy in a hyper-growth market."
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Industrial IoT
New release from Claroty looks to improve industrial network security
June 2021
Claroty Edge equips customers to discover a complete OT, IoT, and IIoT global asset inventory, as well as identify and manage the vulnerabilities and risks affecting those assets.
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Business Continuity
Tesserent & Claroty ink reseller deal to secure OT environments across A/NZ
May 2021
“We are delighted to add Claroty to Rivium’s portfolio, deepening our capabilities in the OT sector and providing enhanced opportunities for both new and existing customers in Australia and New Zealand.”
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Partnerships
Claroty and Yokogawa Engineering Asia extend partnership for SEA and A/NZ
April 2021
Claroty and Yokogawa Engineering Asia have partnered to better serve organisations in Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
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Cybersecurity
Claroty discovers vulnerabilities in Ovarro TBox RTUs
March 2021
The vulnerabilities could enable attackers to break into the systems and run code, crash systems, and meddle with configuration files, amongst other malicious actions.
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Partner Programmes
Claroty unveils FOCUS partner program
March 2021
The Claroty FOCUS Partner Program launch is the latest in a series of milestones the company achieved in the last few months.
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Remote Working
ICS vulnerabilities on the rise as gaps in remote work expand attack surfaces
February 2021
The number of ICS vulnerabilities disclosed in 2020 increased by more than 30% compared to 2018 and nearly 25% compared to 2019.