IXDen, an Israeli startup, is deploying its patented AI platform to secure critical infrastructure from cyber-attacks. With plans to implement solutions in over 70 water sites across Israel and expand to thousands more in 2024 within Mekorot, the National Water Company of Israel, IXDen’s technology sets a new standard in safeguarding vital systems.
The platform’s AI-based software integrates millions of sensor and Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) data points in real-time to establish a comprehensive data health grade. This proactive approach helps organizations defend against data manipulation, injection, PLC tampering, and system behavior changes.
Continuously monitoring sensors and regenerating device identity, IXDen ensures data integrity, enabling early threat detection at its root. This solution is critical for protecting national infrastructures, including water, oil, energy, defense, and other vital systems, ensuring business continuity and safeguarding assets while providing both threat and anomaly detection in a unified solution.
Mekorot, Israel’s National Water Company, has integrated IXDen’s platform to safeguard its water network. Yossi Yaacoby, VP Engineering and Technology at Mekorot, highlights the system’s ability to forecast anomalies, protect against cyber-attacks, and enhance operational and security aspects, ensuring continuity and resilience in water management.
Zion Harel, Co-CEO, and Co-Founder at IXDen emphasizes the commitment to assist critical infrastructure organizations like Mekorot in securing operations against cyber-attacks, contributing to maintaining daily life for citizens.