Protect Against Catastrophic OT ICS Cyber Attacks

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Airgap Networks

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The growing interconnectedness with increasing application of smart technology and devices means the risk of cyberattacks is rapidly growing. According to Forbes, in related sectors like automobiles, manufacturing, and tech farming (or AgriTech) awareness of cyber risk is growing and many automakers now court the attentions of cybersecurity professionals with private and public bug bounty programs. In recent years, manufacturers like GM and Ford have had CVEs issued for connected vehicle systems, though not all carmakers have CVEs to their name. In this episode of Ransomware Battleground, Higgs and Syya will dive right into the source of the discovery and share with Airgap’s audience on the recent TechFarming exploits. Also explain how a solution like Ransomware Kill Switch™ can service as your first responders when your organization is compromised. Join Us. Airgap provides an agentless Anti-Ransomware platform to stop the spread of malware in the enterprise network. Our industry’s first Ransomware Kill Switch™ locks down your most critical network assets at the first indication of compromise with complete control and policy enforcement over the device-to-device and device-to-application communication.

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Ransomware attacks and threats are growing exponentially. While many security companies are trying to prevent ransomware from breaching the perimeter of your network, Airgap's Zero Trust Isolation Platform protects your organization from the inside out. Additionally, Airgap’s Ransomware Kill Switch is the most potent ransomware response for an IT organization. The solution can be deployed in minutes without any endpoint agents, forklift upgrades, or design changes. Airgap was founded by highly experienced cybersecurity experts and the solution is trusted by large enterprises and service providers. For more details, check out or email