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Claroty streamlines ServiceNow XIoT operations with new native integrations

Cyber security company Claroty has announced several new native integrations for the ServiceNow ecosystem.

user icon Daniel Croft
Wed, 22 Mar 2023
Claroty streamlines ServiceNow XIoT operations with new native integrations
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The new integrations allow Claroty’s extended internet of things (XIoT) asset discovery and vulnerability management insights to be accessed through the ServiceNow platform.

Leveraging ServiceNow’s Vulnerability Response (VR) infrastructure and Service Graph Connector (SGC), the new integrations allow Claroty to discover and profile a range of in-depth details of a user’s cyber-physical systems across the extended internet of things.

These details are then compiled and presented to customers, who are able to use them to identify vulnerable assets, reduce risks and increase system efficiency.


“Together, Claroty and ServiceNow help enterprises rapidly and comprehensively discover the assets they own, which in turn enables them to assess and quickly address asset vulnerabilities,” said Stephan Goldberg, vice-president of technology alliances at Claroty.

“The combination of Claroty’s granular passive vulnerability management capabilities with native ServiceNow asset data modelling support empowers our customers to achieve cyber and operational resilience by pre-empting cyber attacks and preventing downtime.”

ServiceNow’s Operational Technology Manager (OTM), Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) and VR become fully compatible with Claroty’s SaaS-based xDome and Medigate platforms and on-premises Continuous Threat Detection (CTD), and are able to make use of the company’s profile, identify risk and vulnerability data alongside native workflows seamlessly.

Customers and systems gain a number of benefits as a result, including automating the discovery of all XIoT assets, merging discovered XIoT inventories with ServiceNow’s CMDB, more effective and efficient investigation and response to XIoT cyber security incidents and extending existing IT or SecOps vulnerability triage workflows and capabilities to XIoT systems, among others.

“As cyber-physical systems grow more connected and complex, they become vulnerable to cyber intrusion,” said Karan Shrivastava, director of product management, operational technology, at ServiceNow.

“A large part of the industry’s vulnerability is because enterprises cannot see and fully inventory their XIoT assets, which leaves the door wide open for bad actors to exploit vulnerabilities.

“Integrating the ServiceNow OTM with Claroty’s xDome, Medigate, and CTD gives enterprises the asset discovery and vulnerability management capabilities needed to secure their industrial, healthcare, or commercial operations, all within the ServiceNow platform.”

Claroty’s innovative integrations are now available on the ServiceNow store.

Daniel Croft

Daniel Croft

Born in the heart of Western Sydney, Daniel Croft is a passionate journalist with an understanding for and experience writing in the technology space. Having studied at Macquarie University, he joined Momentum Media in 2022, writing across a number of publications including Australian Aviation, Cyber Security Connect and Defence Connect. Outside of writing, Daniel has a keen interest in music, and spends his time playing in bands around Sydney.

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