Modernize OT/IT Cybersecurity and Defend Distributed OT Assets

Automated Attack Prevention

Critical, remote OT network assets that require connectivity to operate effectively are almost impossible to discern during reconnaissance. And in the event threats get onto the network, it can detect them earlier, reducing dwell time while actively preventing command and control communications from being established and stopping exfiltration.

PacketViper Cyber Deception Technology

No Unplanned Downtime

Properly functioning OT networks frequently push the limits of legacy devices as manufacturers announce impending end of support timelines, and as technologies approach their end of useful life. The solution allows operators and security teams to secure aging assets and protect operations without a costly ‘rip and replace’.

A Big Problem: Increasing Attacks Through Connected OT Assets

Operational technology (OT) networks power essential physical processes in our physical world requiring high rates of reliability and uptime.

The cybersecurity of physically distributed OT assets like pumps, wellheads, and their control infrastructure, is essential for continuous operations.

Each distributed OT asset that is connected to a corporate network or the internet can lead to greater exposure to cyber threats.

Insufficient cyber defense of distributed OT endpoints can result in successful attacks on OT networks which can have catastrophic results.

Transformational IT/OT Use Cases


PacketViper Dynamic DefenseInternal Threat Detection. High fidelity threat detection with no false positives. Equally effective against known and unknown threats. Reduces dwell-time of threats on the network while providing a valuable compensating control for IT/OT networks.


PacketViper Monitors 3rd PartiesBoundary Defense and Threat Prevention. Equally effective at external gateways and IT/OT boundaries. 70% less boundary traffic. Actively stop threats from establishing C&C communications and exfiltrating valuable data. Improve SOC, firewall and SIEM efficiencies.


PacketViper Reduces CostsAutomated Threat Response. Automate attack prevention and enable faster incident investigations. Deception360 can evolve from mirror-mode to in-line security. Responses include alerting, blocking, continuing to deceive and tarpitting.


Outstanding and reliable!

“We’ve been extremely happy with the product and even more importantly, the support from the Packet Viper team! We know firsthand how the product has helped to drastically reduce our risk and is key to our multi-layered security strategy.”

— Manager of IT/OT Cybersecurity

From Our Blog

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    A water authority conducted Red Team exercises simulating a physical breach whereby the team gained access to the network via a physical connection at a control panel at two of the unmanaged locations. The result was a success with PacketViper protecting the critical operations network, blocking the attacker’s ability to further penetrate the network while alerting operators of the attack.

  • PacketViper Presents CyberTalk360

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  • PacketViper Named to Carahsoft Contract to Support U.S. Army Cybersecurity

    PacketViper today announced that it has been named a manufacturer on the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions – Software 2 (ITES-SW2) contract for the U.S. Army Computer CHESS. This contract is held by Carahsoft Technology Corp.

  • A Compensating Control for the Vanishing Air Gap

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  • Download PacketViper’s Ransomware Use Case for OT and IT

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  • Register for PacketViper’s CyberTalk360 February 16 Webinar

    Register for PacketViper’s CyberTalk360 February 16 Webinar, a 15-minute discussion about all things cybersecurity. 2021 presents a multitude of cybersecurity challenges. It’s challenging to sort through the clutter and make sense of it all. That’s why we’re launching this webinar. Each month our team will get together to dig into the latest news, issues and … Continue reading >>>

  • Transform Threat Hunting

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  • Bit-and-piece DDoS threats are on the rise

    Fight DDoS Attacks with Packetviper Deception360Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are on the rise. According to the Nexusguard Q2 2020 Threat Report, overall DDoS attacks increased by 515% year over year. And ‘bit-and-piece’ style attacks were up 570% compared to the same period last year. So how can you deceive bit-and-piece DDoS threats? This is a challenge, especially now, … Continue reading >>>