OTORIO remOT offers the most advanced secure remote and privileged access management capabilities for the digitized industrial sector. Built from the ground-up for operational networks, remOT secures every link of the supply chain’s connectivity to industrial assets in order to eliminate risks caused by unauthorized or malicious access.
OTORIO remOT restores control to industrial organizations. Easy to use and manage, it provides a single-point-of-entry to the production floor and its assets. remOT allows admins to manage user access permissions at both the asset level and the connection protocol level. Every access or action is logged to ensure full visibility, creating a rich audit trail and achieving much more effective vendor governance.
remOT is designed by OTORIO’s expert operational security security teams with industrial networks in mind.
remOT, OTORIO's supply chain cybersecurity platform, enables organizations to minimize exposure to cyber threats and their business impact with zero risk access management to the production floors.
A clientless web application enables easy access from anywhere 24/7 to both operational teams and 3rd party vendors utilizing remOT’s cloud service.
remOT was designed specifically for OT networks and therefore it does not demand IT overhead unlike existing VPN solutions.
To both operational teams and 3rd party vendors utilizing remOT’s cloud service to manage, monitor and establish the remote connection to assets.
remOT allows companies to have full control of every type of asset (physical and data) by supporting any protocol used in the production environment.
Gain complete visibility of every activity originating from a remote connection; who is doing what and when and including monitoring with audit logs.
OTORIO remOT supply chain cybersecurity platform ensures zero-risk remote access to the production floor and offers the most advanced secure remote and privileged access management capabilities for the digitized industrial sector.
In this webinar you will learn how easy it is for hackers to gain access to the production floor, why operations managers should care about vulnerabilities in remote access systems and steps you can take to bolster remote access cybersecurity.