Claroty in the News: Week Ending 10.6.18

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From vulnerabilities in electronic voting machines, to a Chinese attack on the supply chain for a major server manufacturer, to a major partnership providing shop-floor to top-floor network & endpoint visibility, it has been a busy news week for operational cybersecurity and Claroty was in the middle of it all. 

Below is some of last week's coverage featuring Claroty and our security thought-leaders:

Fox News: Claroty's VP of Threat Research, Dave Weinstein, joined Mike Emanuel on Fox News to discuss reports of a vulnerability in a widely-used ballot counting machine.


Automation World: Claroty and Belden/Tripwire announced a strategic partnership which provides integrated top-floor to shop-floor cybersecurity solutions that address all aspects of an industrial cybersecurity strategy, providing visibility to all assets so that protective countermeasures can be implemented.


CNBC: Dave Weinstein joined CNBC's Power Lunch to provide commentary on the Chinese cyber-espionage attack on the supply-chain for server manufacturer, Supermicro.












Dark Reading: Dave Weinstein provides his commentary on the likely consequences of cyber threats to our critical infrastructure and the importance of separating hype from reality.

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