Radiflow’s Cyber App for PAN Framework

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 @ 12:05 PM gHale

Radiflow unveiled its industrial cybersecurity app for the Palo Alto Networks Application Framework.

Radiflow’s industrial cybersecurity app for the Palo Alto Networks Application Framework is based on the company’s iSID industrial Intrusion Detection System for ICS and SCADA networks. The iSID system performs ongoing mapping of the industrial assets and alerts on any anomalies in their behavior.

Consuming cybersecurity innovations has become an arduous process. Organizations waste time deploying new sensors every time they want to collect a new piece of data and managing point products rather than improving security controls to stay ahead of attackers. Palo Alto Networks Application Framework extends the capabilities of the Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform with a suite of APIs developers can use to connect apps with rich data, threat intelligence and enforcement points. Organizations gain immediate security value from apps developed by an open ecosystem of trusted innovators.

Radiflow’s industrial cybersecurity app as part of the Palo Alto Networks Application Framework eases the deployment of the iSID system for industrial facilities by leveraging customer’s existing investment in the Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform. Deployments in OT networks can feed a cloud-based iSID with relevant traffic flow information. With Radiflow and the Palo Alto Networks Application Framework, industrial operators gain advanced analytics of their critical industrial assets, including logic changes, deviations in industrial control sessions and more in a graphical and intuitive representation.

“The main challenge for implementing effective security on industrial networks is easing the potential impact on the ongoing operations,” said Ilan Barda, chief executive at Radiflow. “As part of the Palo Alto Networks Application Framework, our joint customers can seamlessly add iSID industrial analytics into the industrial network to existing Palo Alto Networks deployments.”



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