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Protect Your Brand & Customers with Secure IoT Devices

In today's world, every internet-connected device you create is an extension of your brand and reputation. Consumers love the convenience of IoT devices but are hypersensitive to the thought of a malicious hacker gaining access to their personal data or even using their device in a massive cyberattack is a nightmare. That's why businesses must prioritize security when developing IoT devices. Don't risk being the next brand name in the news for a security breach. We help you defend against the risks of IoT devices by providing protection against vulnerable devices, access to business-critical systems and data, and operational complexity. Protect your brand and your customers with secure IoT devices today!

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Every Connected Device Exposes Your Business to Cyberattacks

IoT Devices are easy targets for cybercriminals looking for a weakness to exploit and get into your system. Stay ahead of the game by understanding the risks associated with IoT security. Let's work together to keep your data and devices safe.

Limited Built-in Security

IoT devices tend to have lightweight, stripped-down operating systems that lack the common security features of more robust assets.

Easy Entry Point

IoT environments are frequently connected to business applications, data centers or IT infrastructure, and the cloud. That makes simple IoT devices easy targets for hackers to use for entry to the rest of the network.

Data Privacy

IoT devices can collect and send sensitive information to cloud-based servers, which can be risky if not adequately protected. GDPR, HIPAA, and other data protection laws limit who can access this information, making it crucial to have proper security measures in place.

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Secure Your Network Against IoT Attacks

Quickly Discover & Assess Every Device

Expand visibility to all devices. Receive real-time risk assessment on threats, exploits, risk, and device context.

Simplify Your Network Security

Gain a comprehensive view of your network's security posture with our solution's vulnerability risk trend tracking for both the account and individual assets. Benefit from a focused view that makes prioritizing vulnerabilities & assets easier, so that you always address critical issues. Preventing threats and keeping your data secure is easy with our platform.

Act with the Context You Need

Our powerful solution provides in-depth information about vulnerabilities, references, and remediation actions. We also provide critical exploits and ransomware information to keep you ahead of potential threats. Stay informed, take action, and keep your network secure with a comprehensive security platform.


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Get complete visibility into your IT environment, so you can identify potential vulnerabilities and take proactive steps to address them. With our comprehensive approach to cyber security, we provide you with everything you need to know to keep your business safe and secure. From identifying your most significant attack vectors to staying on top of the latest threats, we help protect your business.

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Know what you're up against. We can help you identify your IT system's weak points, categorize the assets that are vulnerable, and pinpoint the most likely threats. This knowledge will help you take action to protect your business proactively. 

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Identifying risks is just the first step; you need to act on them. We can help you develop a clear action plan that prioritizes your actions based on the level of threat, potential impact, and resources.

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What Is IoT (Internet of Things)?

IoT refers to a network of physical devices connected to the internet that can communicate with each other and are connected to the internet. Data can be collected and exchanged via these devices due to their embedded sensors, software, and network connectivity. Examples of IoT devices include smart home devices like thermostats, security cameras, voice assistants, and industrial equipment like manufacturing machines and vehicles.

Why Is IoT Device Security Important?

IoT (Internet of Things) devices are becoming increasingly ubiquitous in our homes, workplaces, and public spaces. These devices are designed to collect and transmit data over the internet, and they can be used to monitor and control various aspects of our environment, from home appliances and heating systems to traffic and security cameras. However, because IoT devices are connected to the internet, they are vulnerable to various forms of cyber-attacks, which can compromise the security and privacy of users.
There are several reasons why IoT device security is important:
Protecting Personal Data: Many IoT devices collect and transmit personal data, such as location, health information, and usage patterns. If this data is not secured properly, it can be intercepted and misused by cybercriminals.
Ensuring System Integrity: IoT devices are often connected to larger systems, such as home networks, power grids, and traffic control systems. If these devices are compromised, it can lead to widespread disruptions and potentially catastrophic consequences.
Preventing Unauthorized Access: IoT devices can be used to control access to physical spaces, such as homes, offices, and factories. If these devices are not secure, hackers can gain access to these spaces, causing damage or stealing valuable assets.
Protecting Against Botnets: Botnets are networks of compromised IoT devices that are used to launch large-scale cyber-attacks, such as Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. By securing IoT devices, we can prevent them from being used as part of a botnet.
Overall, securing IoT devices is essential to protect personal data, ensure system integrity, prevent unauthorized access, and protect against cyber-attacks. As the number of IoT devices continues to grow, it is important to prioritize IoT security to protect ourselves and our critical infrastructure from potential threats.

What Are Common Cybersecurity Threats to IoT devices?

There are several common cybersecurity threats to IoT (Internet of Things) devices that users should be aware of:

  1. Malware: Malware is a type of software that is designed to harm or exploit a computer system. IoT devices can be infected with malware through a variety of methods, such as phishing emails, unsecured networks, or compromised software updates.
  2. Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks: DDoS attacks occur when a large number of devices flood a network or website with traffic, overwhelming it and causing it to crash. IoT devices can be used as part of a botnet to launch DDoS attacks on a target.
  3. Man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks: MitM attacks occur when an attacker intercepts the communication between two devices and can manipulate or eavesdrop on the data being transmitted. IoT devices can be vulnerable to MitM attacks if they are not using secure communication protocols.
  4. Physical attacks: Physical attacks on IoT devices involve physically accessing the device and exploiting its vulnerabilities. This can include stealing the device, tampering with its software or hardware components, or extracting sensitive data from the device.
  5. Weak authentication and passwords: IoT devices may use weak authentication methods, such as default passwords, that are easy to guess or crack. This makes it easier for attackers to gain access to the device and potentially the larger network it is connected to.
  6. Lack of security updates: Many IoT devices do not receive regular security updates, leaving them vulnerable to known security vulnerabilities that can be exploited by attackers.

Overall, these common cybersecurity threats highlight the need for users and manufacturers to prioritize IoT device security to protect against potential attacks. This can include implementing strong authentication methods, using secure communication protocols, regularly updating device software, and being vigilant for signs of malware or other security breaches.

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