Nozomi Networks, a leader in OT and IoT security, announced its product line has been added to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Program’s approved product list (APL).
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) CDM Program fortifies the cybersecurity of civilian government networks and systems with real-time risk monitoring and defense. The CDM program provides cybersecurity tools, integration services and dashboards to participating federal agencies to support them in improving their respective security posture.
Nozomi Networks’ products align with the CDM program’s goals by delivering network and asset visibility, threat detection and insights for critical infrastructure environments. Nozomi Networks solutions help reduce the threat surface, speed response and streamline reporting. CDM-approved products include:
- Vantage, a software as a service security and visibility platform for OT & IoT networks
- Guardian, sensors that make it possible to see, secure and monitor all ICS, OT, IoT, IT, edge and cloud assets
- Threat and Asset Intelligence Services, which provide updates on emerging threats and asset vulnerabilities for strong security and response.
Recognized as a leader in OT and IoT security, Nozomi Networks is valued for operational visibility, advanced OT and IoT threat detection and highly scalable deployments. Nozomi Networks solutions support more than 89 million devices in thousands of installations across government agencies and critical infrastructure organizations worldwide.
With the flexibility of deploying onsite and/or in the cloud, Nozomi Networks spans IT, OT and IoT to automate inventorying, visualizing and monitoring networks through the use of artificial intelligence. Use cases stretch beyond cybersecurity, and include troubleshooting, asset management and predictive maintenance.
Request a demo to learn how Nozomi Networks helps government agencies quickly gain an accurate, real-time view of the assets and vulnerabilities on their network.