SAFETY Act Certification
Claroty has received the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s SAFETY Act approval for our best-in-class OT network monitoring solution making us the first OT security provider to receive this designation. As a result, Claroty’s customers now have added protection from lawsuits or claims following an act of cyber terrorism.
What is SAFETY Act Certification
The U.S. Congress enacted the Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies Act of 2002 (SAFETY Act) to encourage the development and deployment of technologies that counter terrorist threats. The purpose of the SAFETY Act is to ensure that the threat of liability does not deter firms from developing, commercializing and deploying technologies that significantly reduce the risks or effects of terrorist attacks, including acts of cyber terrorism. The SAFETY Act creates a system of "risk management" and "litigation management" that protects both providers and users of approved technologies from potential liability.
What Claroty Products are Covered
- Continuous Threat Detection
- Secure Remote Access
- Enterprise ManagementConsole
“Claroty is proud to be the first OT security provider to receive SAFETY Act approval, which means we are now offering our customers even greater confidence that they are getting unmatched OT security as well as important liability protection, Claroty was conceived to secure the safety and reliability of industrial control networks that run the world from cyber-attacks. As it follows an extensive review by DHS, this SAFETY Act designation not only substantiates the value of Claroty’s solution but validates our position as a leader in the OT security space.” - Dave Weinstein, Claroty Chief Security Officer
For additional information about the SAFETY Act, please visit the DHS Safety Act website.