Xage joins Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative
On April 20, Palo Alto, CA-based Xage Security announced its membership in the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative (JCDC) for Industrial Control Systems (ICS).
Announced in 2022, the JCDC-ICS works closely with ICS and cybersecurity experts—security vendors, integrators, and distributors—to increase the federal government’s focus on the cybersecurity and resilience of industrial control systems and operational technology (ICS/OT) amid rising cyber threats. Xage will provide JCDC-ICS with enhanced threat defense approaches by offering ongoing insights and expertise into identity and access management (IAM) and cyber-physical asset protection based on zero trust principles.
“We’re honored to be selected for this initiative to help defend U.S. critical infrastructure against growing threats,” said Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage. “Xage has deep experience in both identifying and blocking cyberattacks for some of the largest energy, defense, and manufacturing infrastructure operators around the globe. We look forward to applying our expertise in zero trust architectures and innovative approaches for ICS/OT to advance the collective cybersecurity posture of U.S. and global organizations.”
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