Mangan, Incorporated (“Mangan”), a leading provider of specialty engineering services including Operational Technology (OT) Cybersecurity, has joined forces with TXOne Networks (“TXOne”), a global leader in industrial control system (ICS) and industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) security. This strategic alliance provides OT cybersecurity services, hardware, and software necessary for comprehensive assessments, protection, detection, recovery, and remediation.
“Our partnership with TXOne rounds out our portfolio in OT Cybersecurity,” says Luc Papillon, Chief Technology Officer for Mangan. “TXOne shares our Zero-Trust and Secure by Design approach and philosophy as it relates to cyber protection. By combining Mangan’s Industrial Control System Secure by Design process with TXOne’s OT-centric and -native solutions, our combined forces become the go-to partners for comprehensive OT Cybersecurity requirements and needs.”
“Availability is one of the most important requirements in OT environments,” says Jeff Van Natter, Director of Strategic Alliances for TXOne Networks. “TXOne’s partnership with Mangan will provide OT-native, preventative cybersecurity, along with design, implementation, and support, to completely meet customer cybersecurity needs, keep the operation running and protect revenues.” Mangan is a TXOne Certified Systems Integrator, having completed required training on the proper scoping, installation, and support of TXOne products for customer environments.
By leveraging state-of-the-art technology, clients can expect faster turnaround times and streamlined processes. This partnership brings together the expertise and resources of both companies to deliver the most comprehensive and effective cyber defense solutions available. With this partnership, clients will have access to the latest in cyber defense technology, delivered by a team of experienced professionals. Together, TXOne and Mangan, Inc. are committed to helping clients protect their valuable assets and data from the ever-evolving threat of cyber-attacks.