Securing the IoT is challenging. It’s also mission-critical. The challenge of protecting connected devices against frequently surfacing IoT security vulnerabilities follows device makers throughout the entire product lifecycle. Protecting your product in a connected world is a necessity as customer data and modern online business models are increasingly targets for costly hacks and corporate brand damage. To stay secure, device makers need an underlying security platform in the hardware, software, network, and cloud. We’ve got you covered.
Cyber crime is moving from Information Technology to Operational Technology where the “real” money is to be made with ransomware. More ransomware was paid in 2019 alone than in the previous three years total. Learn how to prepare for next-gen cyber-attacks on IoT.
Stringent security and privacy regulations are being mandated at the state, federal and global levels, including the NISTIR (Interagency Report) 8259 in the US and the European ETSI EN 303 645. In addition, industry-specific standards are being developed, such as the DTSec IEEE SA P2621.1 for wireless diabetes devices. Read our stance on IoT security standards.
Brush up on some basics, including network layer security, trust centers, and application support layer security features.
Explore how these cyber attacks on IoT devices have changed and how our Secure Vault platform can help you secure and future-proof your IoT devices.
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Our Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) is responsible for ensuring the vulnerabilities discovered in our products are mitigated and communicated responsibly. If you detect a security threat, let us know.