Tenable and Siemens Energy expand collaboration on OT cybersecurity

Tenable and Siemens Energy expand collaboration on OT cybersecurity

Tenable has expanded its partnership with Siemens Energy to further secure operational technology (OT) environments in the energy sector.

Siemens Energy will integrate Tenable OT Security into their Omnivise T3000 control system as a network intrusion detection system (NIDS), in addition to already leveraging Tenable OT Security for asset discovery and vulnerability management.

Siemens Energy’s decision to bring Tenable into this flagship offering joins existing collaboration on their recently rebranded cybersecurity service offering, Omnivise OT Security, powered by Tenable.

“Siemens Energy brings deep OT knowledge to cybersecurity challenges and has become a leader in securing energy work sites,” said Marty Edwards, Deputy CTO for OT/IoT, Tenable.

“We are particularly honored that Siemens Energy has chosen Tenable OT Security as the right solution set not only for their expanded service offerings but to integrate into their industry-leading control systems.”

Leo Simonovich, Vice President and Global Head of Industrial Cyber and Digital Security, Siemens Energy said: “Tenable OT Security provides much-needed visibility into the cyber health of OT systems that sit at the heart of energy businesses.

“These capabilities strengthen our Omnivise T3000 cybersecurity and enable easier compliance with regulations that increasingly emphasize monitoring and detection.”

The integration of Tenable OT Security is expected to come in the next Omnivise T3000 service pack update for Release 9.2.

Siemens Energy technicians are already helping Omnivise OT Security customers understand Tenable’s full capabilities and how to apply those capabilities to enhance cybersecurity across their worksites.

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