See every connected device and flow. Know every risk, vulnerability and anomaly. Secure with automated policies.

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In the hyper-connected enterprise, in which every "thing" from simple IoT devices to complex multi-million-dollar systems are connected, traditional security solutions simply aren't effective at discovering them and cannot scale to secure them.

With Ordr, you can secure every connected asset everywhere with an agentless approach. Ordr delivers comprehensive visibility on every connected device, with granular details such as make, model, serial number and network connections. Next, Ordr fully profiles device behavior and risks at massive scale, using an integrated IDS and Machine Learning engine. Finally, Ordr automates action with proactive, reactive and retrospective policies.

Ordr is deployed in hundreds of healthcare, manufacturing, financial services, retail and government organizations worldwide to address the following use cases:

- healthcare and medical device security

- real-time asset visibility

- compliance

- threat detection and response

- IoT and OT security

- Zero Trust segmentation

- NAC (Cisco ISE and Aruba Clearpass) acceleration

Ordr has been selected as the KLAS Healthcare IoT Leader for three years in a row, is a representative vendor in the Gartner Market Guide for OT Security and Gartner Market Guide for Medical Device Security Solutions, and has won numerous awards including SInet16, Evanta Innovation Summit, and CRN Tech Innovator 2021. We are funded by Battery Ventures, TenEleven Ventures and Wing Venture Capital, along with Mayo Clinic Ventures and Kaiser Permanente Ventures

IoT, Security, Cybersecurity, Healthcare, Medical Devices, hospitality, Network Security, IoT Security, Retail, Transportation, Government, Network Access, Manufacturing, IoMT, IoMT Security, and Medical Device Security

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