Global technology firm Siemens is now selling Claroty’s industrial cyber security products, thanks to a new partnership.
Claroty, which has partners across Canada, was selected by Siemens following an “intensive technical evaluation,” the company said in a June 12 press release, and its analysis technology will be integrated with Siemens’ recently announced Industrial Anomaly Detection solution. Siemens says it also plans to invest in Claroty through its global venture firm Next47.
“In selecting our security partner for Industrial Anomaly Detection, we reviewed the market, conducted a detailed evaluation, and rigorously tested possible technology in our industrial lab environment,” said Thomas Moser, CEO of the Siemens Customer Services business unit, in a statement. “Claroty’s advanced behavioral analysis provides a significant advantage to our customers in reducing risk to their OT environment.”
Siemens’ Industrial Anomaly Detection Solution uses AI to configure a system and automatically analyze data traffic in the network so it can detect anomalies.
Claroty co-founder and CEO Amir Zilberstein said Siemens’ selection of Claroty as a strategic partner is “further validation of our technology, our team, and our ability to deliver world-class, enterprise-level protection.”
The Claroty Platform is comprised of multiple integrated products, built on its CoreX technology, and cover a variety of cybersecurity functions including protection, control, detection and response.
The partnership announcement also comes shortly after the launch of Claroty’s new channel program Claroty Vision. The program targets integrated solution partners, managed service providers (MSPs), and resellers, and is comprised of four participation levels that include incentives such as increased margin, deal registration, online demos and co-marketing activities.