Claroty

Claroty is the leader in Operational Technology (OT) security and improves the availability, safety, and reliability of OT environments for enterprises and critical infrastructure operators.

Industry Score

99%

Initial Diligence

Since critical manufacturers typically operate across multiple geographically dispersed sites and rely on a high volume of complex devices and systems from multiple vendors, maintaining an accurate inventory of all assets in these OT environments can be exceedingly challenging. Claroty CTD helps critical manufacturers overcome these challenges. Rapid detection of potential threats is essential to OT availability, integrity, and safety but requires an extensive caliber of OT visibility, monitoring coverage, and expertise. Claroty CTD ensures no event or indicator goes unnoticed—including those related to the adversary tactics and techniques detailed in the MITRE ATT&CK for ICS framework.

Location
488 Madison Ave 11th Floor
Notable Investors
BMW i Ventures, Siemens, Evergy Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Temasek
Total Equity Funding
$92M
Number of Employees
215
Founding Year
2014
Founder(s)
Amir Zilberstein

Founder Background

Amir is a serial entrepreneur. Previously founded multiple cyber security companies: Waterfall Security Solutions, Gita Technologies, and Team8.

Corporate Partners

Pricing

Multi-year license and contract value topping the hundreds of thousands.

Product Features

Constant Security Monitoring

Full security monitoring coverage is essential to preserving the availability, integrity, and safety of consumer goods operations. Claroty CTD ensures no security or integrity event or indicator goes unnoticed—including ones related to the adversary tactics and techniques detailed in the MITRE ATT&CK for ICS framework.

Fundamental OT Security Controls

Effective OT security in critical manufacturing industries requires implementing fundamental controls that reduce risks to OT availability, integrity, and safety. The Claroty Platform provides extensive support for all five categories of controls recommended by the NIST Cybersecurity Framework: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, Recover.

Remote Access to Production Sites

Heavy reliance on third-party vendors to service OT assets, as well as the geographic distribution of production sites, means that critical manufacturers’ OT environments are frequently accessed remotely. Given that OT remote access is a common attack vector, this introduces significant security and safety risks. Claroty SRA minimizes these risks.

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