For CISOs tasked with eliminating the decades-old security gap between IT and OT, having an OT security solution that integrates equally well with your ecosystem of OT and IT systems and workflows is a game-changer. Not only do integrations help extend core security controls to the OT domain, they also reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) for existing tools by allowing you to leverage the investments you’ve already made in technology, process development, and training, as well as helps your security teams to work more efficiently and effectively.
While integrations deliver significant benefits for OT security, the rollout of technical integrations can be a lengthy and complex process, and not all vendors are on equal footing in this arena. And in order to be useful and operationalized, such integrations must ensure security telemetry from OT networks is properly incorporated into existing IT processes. For this reason, Claroty has invested considerable resources in establishing a network of integration partners to support diverse use cases, including but not limited to SIEM systems, workflow management tools, SOAR solutions, and network infrastructure.
Here’s a brief overview of how these integrations help you get more from your existing investments while better securing your OT environment:
Strong technology integration is a key success factor in bridging the IT-OT security gap. By picking an OT security partner who has made the investments in integration to support different use cases and enable a holistic approach to security, you’ll optimize resources – technology, talent, and time – and be able to lock down your production environments, faster.