Leonardo and Nozomi Networks, the leader in real-time cybersecurity and operational visibility for industrial control systems (ICS), have partnered to implement the safety of industrial control systems and critical infrastructure, with the help of deep network visibility, non-intrusive monitoring and continuous threat detection.
The partnership will provide Nozomi Networks’ deep network visibility, non-intrusive monitoring and continuous threat detection capabilities to enhance Leonardo’s comprehensive Cyber Protection Program for Industrial and Critical National Infrastructures (CNI). The offering has been available for both current and future Leonardo customers worldwide.
“The cyber threat to critical infrastructure, industrial systems and operational technology networks is at an all time high, thus generating growing customer demand for better protection,” said Andrea Biraghi, Managing Director of Leonardo’s Security & Information Systems Division. “We’ve partnered with Nozomi Networks because they provide the strongest possible solution when it comes to detecting anomalies early and proactively, preventing threats within our customers’ environments.”
“We are thrilled to team with Leonardo to help strengthen cybersecurity for critical infrastructure in Europe and around the world,” said Nozomi Networks Co-Founder and Chief Product Office Andrea Carcano. “They have an intimate understanding of the unique demands these networks face and we look forward to helping them make infrastructure around the world more safe.”
“Since our early investment in Nozomi Networks back in 2013 we’ve continued to be impressed with their constant innovation and their proven ability to solve critical cybersecurity challenges for some of the world’s largest industrial operators,” said Planven Investments CEO Giovanni Canetta Roeder, “Leonardo’s proven reputation and large global footprint presents a tremendous opportunity for Nozomi Networks to accelerate growth across Europe and around the world. We are proud to have helped the two come together”.
Leonardos SW-4 Solo optionally piloted helicopter successfully completed its maiden flight without a safety pilot onboard at Taranto-Grottaglie Airport in Italy. Tests included remote engine start up and shut down with ground run, automatic take-off and landing, hovering OGE (Out of Ground Effect) and acceleration to forward flight, automatic way point navigation to and from the area of operation and simulation of a surveillance mission
Leonardos AWHERO remotely piloted helicopter will achieve certification next year as flight trials activities continue with the existing test aircraft. Two new prototypes are being assembled at Leonardos fully owned company Sistemi Dinamici plant in Pisa (Italy), the press release states
Leonardo is exhibiting its mobile Electronic Warfare (EW) range capability service, which the company is offering to the Kuwaiti Air Force through its local in-country subsidiary, at the Kuwait Aviation Show, held from January 17-20. The ‘EW Mobile Range will allow Kuwaiti pilots to test their aircraft against realistic representative threats in live exercises, using emitter equipment to simulate radio frequency (RF), InfraRed (IR) and laser threats
Saab will take part in an EU funded preparatory action project called OCEAN2020, to demonstrate technologies for enhanced situational awareness in a naval environment using unmanned systems. The project consists of a consortium representing 15 EU Member States, lead by Leonardo
The Leonardo, Top Aces and Inzpire team, named Red Aces, has been down-selected by the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) to compete for a contract to meet the Air Support to Defence Operational Training (ASDOT) capability. Team Red Aces is creating an industry-leading solution to provide a safe, highly representative live air support service to the British Armed Forces and its allies
Leonardo is exhibiting its OTO Marlin 40, the newest member of its naval defence systems family, for the first time in an international defense expo, Doha International Maritime Defence Exhibition & Conference (DIMDEX), held in Doha, Qatar this week. The new OTO Marlin 40 naval turret has been designed for Navies, which are increasingly engaged in patrol operations using fast, lightweight vessels, but still require high-performance equipment
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