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Nozomi Networks Launches Guardian Air in Australia

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Nozomi Networks launches IoT security sensor Guardian Air in Australia.

Nozomi Networks has launched its wireless IoT spectrum sensor Guardian Air in Australia through partners CyberCX and The Missing Link.

Guardian Air monitors prominent wireless frequency technologies used in operational technology (OT) and IoT environments like Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to provide security teams visibility of connected sensors, devices, laptops, and phones.

It can identify unauthorized installations and detect threats, including brute force attacks, spoofing, and bluejacking, zeroing in on the location of the device/s performing the attack.

“Wireless is fundamentally changing the way industrial organizations operate. Unfortunately, it also massively expands the potential attack surface,” said Nozomi Networks’ co-founder and chief product officer Andrea Carcano.

“Guardian Air solves this problem by giving customers the accurate visibility they need at the wireless level to minimize risk while maximizing resiliency.”

“Because Guardian Air integrates easily into the Nozomi Networks Vantage platform, customers can combine network, endpoint, and wireless for the greatest visibility, threat detection, and AI-powered analysis for real-time security management and remediation across the entire attack surface.”

Nozomi said Guardian Air is the industry’s first multi-spectrum wireless security sensor for global OT and IoT environments.

“Nozomi Networks has once again innovated to address an unmet need for wireless-level monitoring in OT and IoT environments,” said Danielle VanZandt, an industry manager for commercial and public security research at Frost & Sullivan.

“From smart manufacturing to digital medicine, to building automation, to modern oil field production and more, today industrial organizations rely on billions of wireless devices to speed production and time to market.”

“Guardian Air gives IT security professionals and OT operators the visibility they need to get a firm handle on wireless risk management and response.”

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