In its on-site lab, the critical infrastructure protection leader will demonstrate the latest information and operational security measures for everything from e-mail to communications between industrial control systems.
OPSWAT, a global leader in critical infrastructure protection (CIP) cybersecurity solutions, is available be at GISEC 2023 to show the region’s private and public sector enterprises how to develop their cybersecurity maturity through the company’s end-to-end IT/OT security solutions.
“OPSWAT has been a GISEC attendee for many years, and this time around, we exhibit amid a threat landscape that is bubbling with risk for OT (Operational Technology) and ICS (Industrial Control System) environments,” said Sertan Selcuk, Vice President of Sales, Middle East, Turkey, and Africa, OPSWAT. “Our mission to protect critical infrastructure through purpose-built CIP technologies has never been more urgent. Regional nations have been hard at work diversifying their economies, and heavy industries such as utilities, energy, manufacturing and oil and gas can only innovate as long as they remain protected from cyber criminals.”
Selcuk warned that regional OT environments mostly rely on a single endpoint scanning and EDR to fight malware and file-borne attacks, which leaves the perimeter unaddressed. Organizations must improve their cybersecurity postures to secure email, cloud storage, containerization, and other modern constructs by implementing a zero-trust architecture.
“No single vendor provides anti-malware and sanitization solutions that cover file entry points across USB, Web traffic, storage, email and everything in between… except OPSWAT,” Selcuk added. “We offer purpose-built CIP technologies rather than repurposed IT products — solutions that can be deployed in the cloud, on prem and in air-gapped networks, offering more flexibility than any other provider in the market.”
At GISEC 2023, OPSWAT will exhibit from Stand C38.