- Know all software and hardware in your network
- Identify all unpatched vulnerabilities
- Identify risky users and accounts
- Spot systems with old signatures and no whitelisting/allowlisting
- See misconfigured endpoints
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Go beyond simply detecting malware and ransomware. To stop the introduction and spread of malware and ransomware, an integrated approach (sometimes referred to as “defense-in-depth”) is necessary. A robust asset inventory is a necessary prerequisite to understand your vulnerabilities and risks in depth, but protection also requires enabling patching, configuration hardening, software, and user management, etc. on the endpoints themselves.
Verve is the only industrial cyber security platform built to address the defense-in-depth requirements to stop malware and ransomware in its tracks and reduce time to recovery should an incident occur. Verve was built from the ground-up as an ICS/OT security platform to bring together the various elements of security to simplify the complexity that often come from multiple, siloed tools.
Verve integrates inventory and vulnerability assessment with protection elements such as patching, application whitelisting, frequent backups & restoration, and configuration hardening, and a robust OT/ICS SIEM to detect and respond to potential anomalous events or patterns.
Merck’s 2017 cyber attack
Maersk’s 2017 cyber attack
NorskHydro’s 2019 cyber attack
Verve’s unique capabilities as an integrated OT/ICS cyber security platform to stop malware and ransomware
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