The Silicon Review
Today’s business is mobile, with people becoming the new perimeter. As organizations expand and more employees work remotely, the number of vulnerable endpoints grows. Centralized solutions no longer protect networks, and organizations must embrace multi-layered endpoint security solutions or face a greater risk exposure to costly breaches. Threats to your business’ information security come in many forms today, and advanced hackers are constantly changing their methods and exploiting unpatched software or lax employees. Endpoints in particular can provide easy targets for malware botnets. Ransomware can hold data hostage or blackmail the owner, while spyware quietly gathers passwords.
Nozomi Networks is the leader in OT and IoT security and visibility. The company accelerates digital transformation by protecting the world’s critical infrastructure, industrial, and government organizations from cyber threats. It delivers exceptional network and asset visibility, threat detection, and insights for OT and IoT environments. Customers rely on them to minimize risk and complexity while maximizing operational resilience.
Next-Generation Cybersecurity Visibility Products Delivered
Nozomi Networks Vantage™: It leverages the power and simplicity of software as a service (SaaS) to deliver unmatched security and visibility across your OT, IoT, and IT networks. Vantage accelerates digital transformation for the largest and most complex distributed networks. You can protect any number of OT, IoT, IT, edge and cloud assets, anywhere. Its scalable SaaS platform enables you to consolidate all of your security management into a single application, even as your networks quickly evolve. Vantage delivers the immediate awareness of cyber threats, risks, and anomalies you need to detect and respond quickly and ensure cyber resilience. Every Vantage license includes an unlimited number of Guardian virtual sensor licenses, enabling you to deploy Guardian sensors wherever you want to increase your visibility and security.
Nozomi Networks Guardian™: It delivers visibility, security and monitoring of your OT, IoT, IT, edge and cloud assets. Guardian sensors send data to Vantage for consolidated security management anywhere, anytime from the cloud. They can also send data to the Central Management Console for aggregated data analysis at the edge or in the public cloud. The world’s top companies rely on Guardian to protect their critical infrastructure, energy, manufacturing, mining, transportation, building automation and other sites around the world. You can protect a wide variety of mixed environments with rapid asset discovery, network visualization and accelerated security. Guardian’s anomaly detection for IoT leverages millions of OT and IoT asset profiles for asset identification and anomaly alerting at enterprise scale.
Nozomi Networks Central Management Console™ (CMC): Its appliances deliver centralized edge or public cloud-based monitoring of Guardian sensors–no matter how distributed your business is. Whether you’re consolidating visibility and risk management at the edge or in the cloud, the CMC is fast and simple to deploy. It continuously updates Guardian™ sensors with rich data and analysis so you can detect and respond to emerging threats faster. Guardian correlates CMC information with broader environmental behavior to deliver maximum security and operational insight.
The Leader Upfront
Edgard Capdevielle is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Nozomi Networks. He brings an extensive background in successfully managing and expanding markets for both start-ups and established technology companies to his role as CEO. Previously he was Vice President of Product Management and Marketing for Imperva, where he led teams that made the company’s web and data security products leaders in their space. Focused on developing Nozomi Networks’ global business, Edgard’s tremendous passion, energy, vision and drive-to-win is being brought to bear on guiding Nozomi Networks to its next stage of development.
Mr. Capdevielle has a MBA from the University of California at Berkeley and a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from Vanderbilt University.