Frost & Sullivan’s Frost Radar Report gives Armis a perfect score for innovation
We are thrilled to share that Armis has been recognized as a leading OT Security provider in the Frost Radar™: Operational Technology Cybersecurity Solutions, 2023 report. Armis received a perfect innovation score due to our continuous evolution and improvements to Armis Centrix™ for OT/IoT Security. This prestigious recognition further validates our commitment to delivering the most comprehensive OT/IoT cybersecurity solution that sees, protects, and manages all IT, OT, and IoT assets, and manages an organization’s cyber risk exposure in real-time.
The Frost Radar™ is a respected industry analysis tool that evaluates vendors for their innovation and growth potential. The Frost Radar™ OT Cybersecurity report analyzes global vendors that have asset visibility and threat detection capabilities. The report helps Security Leaders understand the technology landscape and vendor capabilities so they can make informed, strategic buying decisions.
According to the report, “OT visibility and detection solutions enable security teams to gain insight into the traditionally siloed ecosystem of OT networks and assets. With IT cybersecurity solutions unable to adequately scan, identify, or detect malicious activity in an OT environment, businesses will need to expand their security operation to include OT-specific capabilities or risk leaving their organizations vulnerable to threats.” The report also discusses the growth in IoT asset usage and connectivity, the exponential growth in OT-specific threats, and the growing regulatory and business pressure to ensure efficiency, safety, and uninterrupted activity.
Why Frost & Sullivan Named Armis a Leader in OT Cybersecurity
The report names Armis as a Leader for our commitment to innovation and our rapid growth. For innovation, it highlights the Armis AI-driven Asset Intelligence Engine, a collective engine analyzing attributes of billions of assets worldwide, and our platform’s cloud-based frictionless approach that enables fast deployability, adaptability, and scalability in customer environments. Furthermore, the report notes that Armis Centrix™ for Vulnerability Prioritization and Remediation is an “advanced step in the cyber risk lifecycle” going beyond “typical vulnerability scanning to map risk to business criticality, prioritizes assets, orchestrates remediation, and tracks processes through to resolution.”
For growth, the report discusses the significance of Armis’ partnerships with top investors and our rapid expansion in emerging sectors such as state/local/federal government, healthcare, real estate, and more.
From our perspective, we see that Armis Centrix™ for OT/IoT Security is solving real problems in our customers’ OT environments. For example, Mike Sherwood, Chief Innovation Officer for the City of Las Vegas, explains in a case study that “Armis not only helps us maintain our assets and see how they’re performing, it also helps us view each asset in detail, including its vulnerabilities and potential exploits that even the manufacturer may not know about.”
To read Frost & Sullivan’s analysis of the OT Security market and why Armis was named a Leader, we invite you to download a copy of the Frost Radar™: Operational Technology Cybersecurity Solutions, 2023.