IoTium's OT Access is your Remote Access Solution!
Operations Technology (OT) teams need to provide employees, trusted third parties, and technicians secure remote access to on-site systems for OT installations, monitoring, and maintenance. Click here for more!
Provision, authenticate, manage, and audit secure remote access for third-party vendors and technicians to all your assets across the globe through a single pane of glass using ioTium’s OT-Access. OT-Access is a remote access management infrastructure offered as-a-service that puts you in control to enable scalable agent-less secure third-party remote access to your mission-critical assets. This enables a uniform methodology for you to manage and monitor which technicians from which vendors are accessing which subsystems and touching which applications across all your assets globally in verticals including Building Automation, Oil & Gas, Power and Utilities, Manufacturing, Healthcare, and Smart Cities.
Uniform Global Secure Access
Streamlined secure third-party remote access to all your assets globally.
Plug & Go
Simply plug in the ioTium iNode and leave all the heavy lifting to ioTium’s OT-Net infrastructure. Use OT-Net to provision, authenticate, manage, and audit secure third-party remote access in minutes.
Requires no new software download or install by vendors and technicians to securely connect to industrial subsystems and assets across the globe.
Monitoring and Audit
Continuous centralized monitoring and audit of access, with reports on who accessed the network and when.
Ease of access management through centralized enforcement to grant or revoke technician/vendor access to assets.
Shields vulnerable devices from exposure to public internet by enabling secure remote access to vendors while the devices continue to remain in private networks.
Investment Led by March Capital Partners and Supported by GE Ventures, Honeywell Ventures, JC2 Ventures and Juniper Ventures Validates Strength of ioTium Solutions Deployed in Industrial Fortune 500 Enterprises Worldwide
Santa Clara, Calif. – September 19, 2018 – ioTium today announced that it has closed $13.6 million in Series B financing. This new round of investment brings the company’s total funding to $22 million and validates the strength of the company’s Software-Defined Converged Infrastructure solutions for IIoT, a vision actualized within industrial Fortune 500 deployments worldwide. The funding was led by continued investment from March Capital Partners. Honeywell Ventures, John Chambers’ JC2 Ventures and Hanna Ventures joined existing ioTium investors GE Ventures and Juniper Ventures in the round. Capital will be used to accelerate ongoing technology leadership and to fuel rapid market expansion in the U.S. and abroad.
“Since our founding, ioTium has been focused on solving the deployment complexities faced by industrial enterprises undertaking digital transformation,” said Ron Victor, [Read more…]
It’s not smart buildings – but any commercial building built or renovated in the past 30 years are what you should worry about.
Before the smart buildings concept, digital, Internet-connected controls systems, such as HVAC, lighting, and elevators have been installed and managed by non-IT persons from architects, engineers, contractors and property managers. Without IT best practices, much-less cybersecurity requirements, there is significant exposure to:
* Life Safety Risks
* Equipment Failure
* Productivity Loss
* Network Hopping
* Brand Damage
This webinar will address the cybersecurity condition that afflicts nearly all commercial building stock, what you can do about it and how to get started. We will cover:
* Legacy Building Controls Technology and Connectivity
* Risk Areas and Consequences
* Stakeholders Roles and Responsibilities
* Case Study Examples
* Step by Step Plan to Remediate
Episode 251: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending Jan 14, 2018 features an insightful interview with Automated Buildings’ Ken Sinclair. Final preparations are being made for the 2017 ControlTrends Awards, which will take place this Sunday, January 21st, at the Hard Rock Cafe on 63 W. Ontario Street. Stay tuned for the 2017 CTA Winners’ List, [Read more…]
Episode 247: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending December 3, 2017 features interviews with Network as a Service expert Ron Victor, CEO and Founder of IoTium, along with Master Systems Integrator Extraordinaire, Jason Houck, CIO of Hepta Systems and The Panel Shoppe. More insights and updates from [Read more…]