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Claroty helps organizations protect their industrial control systems and critical infrastructure from cyber threats. Learn this powerful security tool to take your cybersecurity expertise to the next level with online courses from edX.

What is Claroty?

Claroty Continuous Threat Detection (CTD) is a comprehensive industrial cybersecurity platform that helps protect enterprises from threats in their industrial networks. Claroty CTD detects and responds to the earliest indicators of threats and offers:

  • Asset management

  • Network segmentation

  • Anomaly detection

  • Vulnerability management

  • Remote incident management

  • Scalable data management and controls

It also helps you reveal and protect your Operational Technology (OT), Internet of Things (IoT), and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) assets.Footnote 1

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Claroty course curriculum

If you are interested in learning Claroty, consider these example curricula to find the course level that best meets your skills and serves your career goals. Claroty tutorials often cover introductory concepts, such as:

  • Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Operational Technology (OT) networks

  • Unique cybersecurity challenges of ICS and OT networks

  • Standard ICS and OT protocols and devices

  • Claroty cybersecurity products and solutions

  • Collection methods used in Claroty security solutions, such as passive monitoring, self queries, and Claroty Edge

For working professionals looking to enhance their cybersecurity skills, an intermediate course can be a solid choice. You can expect to learn more difficult concepts, such as intrusion detection and prevention, alert and event analysis, and guidelines for incident response and remediation. Learners could also spend time learning how to conduct security risk assessments and develop risk mitigation strategies.

Advanced courses will likely dive even further, covering topics such as:

  • Incident response in ICS and OT environments

  • Post-incident analysis

  • Advanced threat hunting and analysis techniques

  • Network forensics

  • Threat intelligence gathering and analysis

  • Custom security policies and controls

Learning how to use Claroty can supplement your knowledge of cybersecurity and computer science. edX offers a variety of educational opportunities for learners interested in studying these topics, as well as a host of other disciplines. A boot camp can provide flexible, hands-on learning for those who want to upskill quickly, while executive education courses are designed for busy professionals. You can also pursue a more comprehensive curriculum in a bachelor’s degree program or, for more advanced learners, a master’s degree program. Find the right learning path for you.

Explore Claroty jobs

There are many careers which rely on products such as Claroty to manage risks and prevent threats, including: 

  • Vulnerability management analyst: Identify and assess vulnerabilities in systems and networks and develop strategies to mitigate them. This role typically requires vulnerability scanning tools, threat intelligence, and risk management expertise.Footnote 2

  • Network engineer: Design, implement, and maintain network infrastructure, including switches, routers, and firewalls. This role often requires expertise in networking protocols, security, and performance optimization.Footnote 3

  • Cybersecurity analyst: Monitor and analyze security threats and incidents, develop and implement security policies and procedures, and conduct security audits and assessments.Footnote 4

  • Automation engineer: Design, implement, and maintain automated systems, such as industrial control (ICS) and robotic process automation (RPA) systems.Footnote 5

While many of these roles exist within similar industries, employment qualifications for careers that may utilize Claroty differ based on the position and employer. Some roles may require a higher-level degree, while others may only ask for a demonstration of skills that can be acquired in a cybersecurity boot camp, for example. Others might need the skills associated with coding boot camps. Before deciding on which learning path will work best for you, research potential roles you hope to pursue and align your coursework with your professional aspirations.

How to use Claroty in your career

The job roles mentioned can use Claroty for a variety of purposes, such as:

  • Vulnerability management analysts can use Claroty's vulnerability management solutions to identify and prioritize vulnerabilities in industrial systems and networks, develop risk mitigation strategies, and monitor the effectiveness of security controls. This helps to ensure that industrial systems remain secure and resilient against cyber threats.

  • Network engineers might use Claroty or a similar product to optimize network performance and detect and mitigate security threats. They also ensure compliance with industry regulations.

  • Cybersecurity analysts can use threat detection and response solutions to monitor and analyze security events, investigate security incidents, and develop incident response plans and procedures. These professionals safeguard industrial systems against cyber threats.

  • Automation engineers can use Claroty's automation solutions to design, implement, and maintain secure and efficient industrial control systems and ensure regulatory compliance. Claroty's automation tools can streamline processes and reduce errors and downtime. They also ensure that their systems meet industry standards.

Get started building the cybersecurity skills you need today. Explore the different educational options made available through edX that can help propel your career forward.  

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