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Welcome to Garland Technology's channel partner update. This month we want to address a growing vertical here at Garland, critical infrastructure (energy, utilities, manufacturing, healthcare, government), and how our visibility solutions are used by these customers to address key security challenges.
Security solutions are only as good as the data they analyze. Blind spots in a network hide threats and anomalies. While organizations have been improving their network visibility strategies when it comes to the more traditional data center environment, ICS and OT environments still have a long way to go to ensure that they have 100% visibility.
As a trusted leader in critical infrastructure visibility, Garland Technology can help your customers address many of the inherent challenges industrial networks face such as relying on legacy switch SPAN ports, facing outdated media and speed connections, requiring unidirectional connectivity, and the need for an air-gapped solution for virtual environments.
We hope you can make it to this webinar, but if you can't, the recording of the webinar will be sent out afterwards to all registrants.