OPSWAT, a provider of critical infrastructure protection (CIP) cybersecurity solutions, announced the launch of OPSWAT Neuralyzer.
This neural network cybersecurity product enables OT personnel to protect their critical environments and supply chain through asset discovery, inventory management, network visibility, and vulnerability and risk management. With its intuitive OT interface, Neuralyer goes from easy out-of-the-box installation to providing visibility into OT networks and threats in under five minutes. All these capabilities are powered by neural network-based machine-learning technology.
With increased cybersecurity threats to critical industries, demand for OT products that are less complicated and easy to deploy is at an all-time high. Industrial and OT teams are challenged with finding cybersecurity solutions that offer complete asset visibility and inventory with little to no impact on OT networks and devices. Designed with these challenges, OPSWAT’s Neuralyzer is a purpose-built cybersecurity solution that analyses OT networks, assets and protocols.
“You can’t protect what you can’t see, so the industries that protect our way of life must have full visibility into all operational assets and networks in order to secure them,” said Benny Czarny, CEO and Founder of OPSWAT. “I am pleased to share the launch of Neuralyzer with our customers and the critical infrastructure organisations looking for a cybersecurity tool to help make their existing workforce more efficient. By pairing its simple and easy-to-use interface with advanced machine learning capabilities, Neuralyzer provides real-time visibility into threats and vulnerabilities.”
Organisations can take the first step in building a mature cybersecurity program by gaining visibility into OT assets and network activity. In doing so, Neuralyzer also allows them to manage risks to OT assets through anomaly detection, to prevent insider threats, to meet compliance requirements, and to maintain proper network architecture and segmentation.
Neuralyzer is the most recent addition to OPSWAT’s OT security product portfolio. It provides the foundation for organisations that want to mature their network cybersecurity posture with products like OPSWAT OTfuse, OPSWAT NetWall, MetaAccess OT, and MetaAccess NAC, which were recently acquired from Bayshore Networks and Impulse.
Earlier this year, the company launched a mobile OT security lab via the OPSWAT CyberTrailer and launched MetaDefender Malware Analysis capabilities for OT. Other OT and industrial cybersecurity products from OPSWAT include MetaDefender Kiosk, MetaDefender Vault, and MetaDefender Drive.