U.S. DOE AND NEW YORK TAKE CYBER SECURITY SERIOUSLY
SIGA’S TECHNOLOGY IS OUT-OF-BAND, BASED ON PHYSICS AND ELECTRICAL SIGNALS WHICH ARE UN-HACKABLE.
Amir Samoiloff, CEO and co-founder of SIGA OT Solutions welcomed Dan Brouillette, Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) who visited SIGA and expressed satisfaction with SIGA’s research with the U.S. DOE’s Oak Ridge National Laboratories (ORNL) commenting that SIGA’s technology was simply: “Smart”.
During the same week, Samoiloff praised New York Power Authority’s (NYPA) “forward thinking decision” to include SIGA OT Solution’s unique ability to detect anomalies in electrical signals directly from end-devices (Level 0) which will substantially upgrade NYPA’s Cyber Security.
Mr. Samoiloff was also privileged to meet with Andrew Cuomo, Governor of New York, and recognized Governor Cuomo’s initiative remarking that the “collaboration between NYPA and SIGA exemplifies Governor Cuomo’s leadership and mandate to aggressively search and adopt innovative cyber security technologies for energy generation and critical infrastructure to establish New York as a leader in the commercial implementation of OT Cyber Security cutting-edge technologies.”
SIGA OT Solutions, A Gartner 2018 “Cool Vendor” awardee, provides a unique and powerful defense against cyber-attacks, enabling process optimization and increased operational reliability to protect critical infrastructure. SIGA’s technology is out-of-band, based on physics and electrical signals which are un-hackable.