OneLayer set to secure private 5G networks at two Israeli hospitals
OneLayer, an Israeli cybersecurity company, is partnering with Nokia and Cellcom to secure private 5G cellular networks in two hospitals in Israel. The Galilee Medical Center and The Baruch Padeh Medical Center will deploy the networks based on Nokia’s equipment. OneLayer was founded in 2021 and left stealth earlier this year with an $8.2 million Seed round, led by prominent Israeli VC funds Grove Ventures and Viola Ventures. OneLayer’s platform provides enterprise-grade security for private LTE/5G networks, ensuring the protection of medical devices and machinery. The solution offers visibility, segmentation, and rule-based communication across cellular and IP networks, enabling hospitals to securely connect various types of equipment on the same network. The project will also utilize Edge Cloud Slicing and integrate with Medigate by Claroty to provide IoT device visibility in the medical network.
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