Water Utilities and Claroty
Leading water utilities organizations rely on Claroty to protect the availability, integrity, and safety of their operations and tackle top industrial cybersecurity and compliance challenges.
Case Study: Water Utilities
This case study details how major U.S.-based water utility worked with Claroty to assess and enhance security across its expansive and growing OT environment, which includes hundreds of miles of pipeline and more than 20 physically dispersed facilities.
Claroty Support for: The NIST Cybersecurity Framework
This document demonstrates how The Claroty Platform supports version 1.1 of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework
Critical-Infrastructure Attack Attempted Against Israeli Water Supply
How Water Utilities Can Keep Operational Technology Flowing Smoothly
Challenge: Industrial Visibility & Monitoring Coverage
Most water utilities organizations have a large physical footprint with widely dispersed facilities and operations. This can make maintaining an accurate inventory of OT, IoT, and IIoT assets, as well as monitoring for threats, vulnerabilities, and risks to those assets—exceedingly challenging. Claroty CTD helps the water industry overcome these challenges.Learn How
Challenge: Remote Access to Water Infrastructure
Pipelines, pumping stations, and distribution systems are among many types of water infrastructure that are often unmanned and thus require maintenance and auditing to be conducted remotely—whether by employees or third-parties. These conditions introduce considerable risk to water organizations’ OT environments. Claroty SRA minimizes these risks.Learn How
Challenge: Fundamental Industrial Cybersecurity Controls
Effective industrial cybersecurity in the water utilities industry requires controls that reduce risks to the availability, integrity, and safety of water operations. But this can be difficult given the prevalence of legacy systems, proprietary protocols, and unfamiliar assets in these OT environments. The Claroty Platform makes effective industrial cybersecurity attainable.Learn How
Challenge: Compliance & Regulatory Requirements
Satisfying compliance requirements and regulatory guidelines can be uniquely challenging in the water utilities industry given its classification as critical infrastructure. Claroty helps leading water utilities organizations worldwide comply with mandatory regulations such as AIWA, as well as voluntary frameworks such as NIST, among many others.Learn How
How Water Utilities Can Keep Industrial Operations Flowing Smoothly
This blog details the top industrial cybersecurity challenges in the water utilities industry, how to tackle those challenges, and why the industry’s leading organizations trust Claroty.
Attack Attempted on Israeli Water Supply
In this blog, Claroty researchers examine a recently attempted cyber attack on Israel’s water supply and weigh in on the industrial cybersecurity implications for critical infrastructure.
What Water Utilities Customers are Saying
“We’re primarily a Rockwell shop and were really impressed with the continuous threat monitoring The Claroty Platform provides across our entire OT environment so we can remediate before it’s too late and with minimal impact to our operations.”
“[Claroty SRA] gave us confidence that workers who are offsite but need remote access to our systems can do their jobs without introducing risk. We even gained an unanticipated benefit: During the pandemic, we were able to pivot quickly to support the surge in remote staff.”