Ordr Extends Device Visibility and Zero Trust Segmentation Across Environments with Integration and Availability of Cisco Catalyst 9000 in Meraki Marketplace
SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — orderthe leader in connected device security, announced the availability of Ordr Sensor as a hosted application on the Cisco Catalyst 9000 series switches. The company’s latest integration with Cisco extends transparent visibility, comprehensive insights, and security for connected devices across all environments, including the data center, campus, and branch offices. Ordr and Cisco have a deep and long-standing partnership, with Ordr providing deep visibility and context that enables customers to harness the full power of Cisco infrastructure, including Cisco Meraki, Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE), Cisco Software -Defined Access (SDA) and Cisco Trustsec, to protect your IT, IoT (Internet of Things), OT (Operational Technology), and IoMT (Medical Internet of Things) devices.
Ordr and Cisco have a deep and longstanding partnership.
“You can’t secure the modern enterprise without understanding what devices are connected to your network, what they’re doing, and what vulnerabilities they have,” he said. Pandian Gnanaprakasam, product manager and co-founder of Ordr. “It has been an operational challenge for some organizations to get this level of visibility for all devices, in all locations. Now, in any environment with Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series SwitchesOrdr enables IT organizations to immediately see and protect all these devices.”
Ordr makes it easy to keep the connected enterprise secure by showing customers exactly what devices are in their environment, the systems they communicate with, and the risks they bring, while providing automated policies to protect them. Ordr not only identifies devices with vulnerabilities, weak encryption, expired certificates, and active threats, but also uses machine learning to continuously assess normal behavior. The combination of device and risk information, behavioral analysis, and automated policy creation accelerates Cisco ISE and SDA deployments.
“Integrating Ordr into the Cisco Catalyst 9000 allows customers to discover and secure connected devices in places where it is not possible or practical to deploy a hardware sensor, such as a branch office or other remote location. This, combined with the strengths of Ordr to accelerate deployments Cisco ISE and SDA will optimize Zero Trust security for every organization,” said Chris Kuhl CTO and CISO, Children’s Hospital of Dayton.
“The explosive growth of connected devices means that businesses are more committed than ever to visibility and security solutions,” he added. Rob ParsonsDirector, Network and Security Practice/Portfolio at Perception. “Remote offices often lack security because they lack integration with mainstream security tools. Ordr’s connected device security platform and Cisco’s industry-leading switching products combine to create a powerful value proposition for our customers. The results are simplified deployments, end-to-end visibility across offices, and accelerated Zero Trust and Cisco ISE initiatives.”
With this integration, even in smaller offices, companies gain complete visibility into connected assets, risks, network connectivity, device behavior and utilization, as well as the ability to apply segmentation at the edge of the network. network.
Key Integration Benefits of Ordr and Cisco Catalyst 9000
Secure more devices: Extend Ordr to protect connected devices in the data center, campus, branch office, or other remote locations.
Quick implementation: The Ordr sensor is deployed in minutes as a pre-packaged Docker container application hosted on any Cisco Catalyst 9000 switch and can be easily deployed to hundreds of switches from the Cisco DNA Center.
Reduced footprint and cost: By leveraging existing Cisco Catalyst 9000 switches as distributed Ordr sensors, space and deployment costs are reduced.
No performance impact: Ordr leverages the dedicated Cisco Catalyst 9000 compute, storage, and application hosting memory, so there is no impact to switch performance.
Security Acceleration Across the Cisco Product Suite
Ordr’s close relationship with Cisco includes integrations with multiple products, including Cisco ISEcisco SDAcisco Catalyst 9000 switch family, Cisco Merakicisco TrustSeccisco Secure network analysis (Stealthwatch)and cisco First Infrastructure.
In addition, Ordr has recently became a Cisco Meraki ecosystem partner. Now available in the Cisco Meraki MarketplaceOrdr helps customers analyze their data in the Meraki cloud to see, understand, and secure all connected devices, across campus, branch, small office/home office (SOHO), and VPN connections.
Ordr’s deep integrations across the Cisco portfolio help customers add the end-to-end visibility and security needed to speed deployment of Cisco ISE and SDA solutions. Device classification, network awareness, security intelligence, and the ability to automatically generate Ordr compliance rules simplify the process of creating, provisioning, and managing an IoT, IoMT, and OT segmentation policy.
To learn more about how Ordr can help strengthen the visibility, security, and overall management of all your Cisco deployments, visit www.ordr.net/partners/cisco and attend the Master class of order in may 19.
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Ordr makes it easy to protect all connected devices, from traditional IT devices to newer and more vulnerable IoT, IoMT and OT. Ordr Systems Control Engine uses deep packet inspection and advanced machine learning to discover each device, profile its risk and behavior, map all communications, and protect it with automated policies. Organizations around the world trust Ordr to provide real-time asset inventory, address risk and compliance, and accelerate IT initiatives. Ordr is backed by major investors including Battery Ventures, Wing, and TenEleven Ventures.
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