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Tenable and Siemens Energy Expand Collaboration on OT Cybersecurity

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Siemens Energy’s Omnivise OT Security Powered by Tenable’s OT Security Backbone

Tenable strengthens partnership with Siemens Energy for enhanced OT security in the energy sector. Siemens integrates Tenable OT Security into Omnivise T3000 control system as a NIDS, complementing existing asset discovery and vulnerability management. This collaboration extends to Omnivise OT Security powered by Tenable.

Tenable and Siemens Energy’s collaborations bring together cybersecurity and OT knowledge bases to address a key challenge for the energy sector: securing an ever-changing asset base that bridges the digital and physical world. Energy sector worksites typically involve unique configurations of equipment from many manufacturers and increasingly involve a fluctuating set of networked digital devices. If companies fail to keep up with the onslaught of new devices and new threats, they can end up with cybersecurity blind spots and increased risk in the physical and digital systems that produce and move electricity and fuel. 

Siemens Energy brings deep OT knowledge to cybersecurity challenges and has become a leader in securing energy work sites” 

Marty Edwards, deputy CTO for OT/IoT, 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.”

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

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