Industrial cybersecurity platform scales across enterprise

September 30, 2019 //By Rich Pell
Industrial cybersecurity platform scales from single site to enterprise
Multinational conglomerate Honeywell (Charlotte, NC) has released software designed to simplify, strengthen, and scale cybersecurity for asset-intensive businesses and critical infrastructure that face cyberthreats.

The Honeywell Forge Cybersecurity Platform , says the company, improves cybersecurity performance at a single site or across an enterprise by increasing visibility of vulnerabilities and threats, mitigating risks, and improving cybersecurity management efficiency.

"Customers now have a better choice to strengthen industrial cybersecurity across their enterprise to enable IT-OT convergence and digital transformation, improving enterprise performance while reducing the cost of cybersecurity," says Jeff Zindel, vice president and general manager, Honeywell Connected Enterprise, Cybersecurity. "The Honeywell Forge Cybersecurity Platform provides multiple industry-proven capabilities in a single dashboard to simplify cybersecurity management and better protect people, processes and assets from evolving cyberthreats."

The platform, says the company, safely moves data from one site to another and uses operations data to strengthen endpoint and network security, and improves cybersecurity compliance. The platform also delivers a scalable software solution to better address cybersecurity pain points in OT and IIoT environments, all through a single dashboard.

The platform is available in three versions: Enterprise Core, Enterprise Premium, and Site Offering. It is part of Honeywell Forge , a new category of software solutions launched earlier this year that deliver enterprise performance management for operations technology to aerospace, building, industrial and worker segments.

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