Claroty has received SAFETY Act approval from the Department of Homeland Security for a cybersecurity platform designed to help organizations gain visibility into operational technology networks.
The law provides liability protection for both developers and customers to encourage adoption of products that can help reduce the risk of cyber terrorism and other terror threats, the company said Tuesday.
Claroty, which offers network monitoring tools that work to detect network anomalies and deliver alerts to the operator, became the first OT security provider to earn the SAFETY Act certification.
The company's offering consists of an enterprise management console, secure remote access and a continuous threat detection tool.
Dave Weinstein, chief security officer of Claroty, the company aims to increase the reliability and safety of industrial control networks from cyber attacks with the platform.