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Founded in 2016 by cybersecurity industry veterans from the Israeli Intelligence community, Sepio’s HAC-1 is the first hardware access control platform that provides visibility, control, and mitigation to zero trust, insider threat, BYOD, IT, OT and IoT security programs.
Sepio’s hardware fingerprinting technology discovers all managed, unmanaged and hidden devices that are otherwise invisible to all other security tools. Sepio is a strategic partner of Munich Re, the world’s largest reinsurance company, and Merlin Cyber, a leading cybersecurity federal solution provider.
Sepio Cyber, HAC-1 Hardware Access Control provides 100% hardware device visibility. No device goes unmanaged. Rogue Devices are block as soon as they are detected. Attacks are stopped an at the first instance, not allowing network access requests to such devices.
Sepio platform uses a novel algorithm, a combination of physical layer fingerprinting module coupled with a Machine Learning module. Providing the sought-after visibility and enforcement level, it is further augmented by a threat intelligence database. Ensuring a lower risk hardware infrastructure.
HAC-1 delivers 100% visibility, identification, and risk assessment for WIFI, IT, OT, IoT devices on your network as well as all endpoint peripherals.
Complete visibility to all your hardware assets – whether connected as a peripheral or a network element.
Enforce specific hardware usage – creating granular access control based on roles or devices characteristics.
Mitigate devices that operate at L1 (physical layer) or HID impersonating devices.
No rules or post-processing required. Required measures are clearly delivered to the user.
Easy to operate, requiring low maintenance and human intervention overhead.
Out-of-the-box integration with leading cybersecurity products as well as other 3rd party vendors tools.
Do we have an implant or spoofed device in our network?
How many IoT devices do we have?
Who are the top 5 vendors for devices found in our network?
Where are the most vulnerable switches in our network?
Sepio Cyber is the only company in the world to undertake Physical Layer fingerprinting. HAC-1 detects and handles all peripherals; no device goes unmanaged.
With this total visibility, a stronger cyber security posture is achieved. There is no longer needed to rely on manual reporting or employee compliance. Sepio Cyber manage security and provides answers to questions such as:
Having visibility across all hardware assets provides a more comprehensive cyber security defense. Reduce the risk of a hardware attack being successful and our private health data being stolen.
The Physical Layer is the lowest layer of the OSI model and provides hardware security. This layer is responsible for the actual physical connection between the devices by identifying the equipment involved in the data transfer.
Layer 1 defines the hardware equipment, cabling, wiring, frequencies, and pulses. The information is contained in the form of bits and transmitted from one node to another.
With this total visibility, a stronger cyber security posture is achieved. There is no longer needed to rely on manual reporting or employee compliance.
Having visibility across all hardware assets provides a more comprehensive cyber security defense. Reduce the risk of a hardware attack being successful and our private data being stolen.
Sepio Systems’ Hardware Access Control solutions, HAC-1 enables Physical Layer visibility, providing a panacea to the gap in device visibility. Not only are all devices visible to HAC-1, but by validating a device’s Physical Layer information, its identity is revealed – not just what it claims to be.
The HAC-1 policy enforcement mechanism enables Hardware Access Control by enforcing a strict, or more granular, set of rules based on the device’s characteristics.
HAC-1 instantly detects any devices which breach the pre-set policy, automatically instigating a mitigation process to block the device, thus preventing malicious actors from successfully carrying out an attack.
HAC-1 brings the ultimate solution to effective zero trust adoption by significantly reducing an enterprise’s blind spots. With greater visibility, the zero-trust architecture can grant access decisions with complete information. Thus, enhancing the enterprise’s protection within, and outside of, its traditional perimeters.
HAC-1 supports data access policy development by enabling the creation of more valid policies based on complete asset visibility. So, while critical infrastructure protects the nation, HAC-1 is here to protect critical infrastructure. Embracing Zero Trust and Zero Trust Hardware Access in critical infrastructure is key.
Complete Visibility of all Hardware Assets: With all devices and anomalies detected, enterprises benefit from a greater overall cybersecurity posture. Gaining full visibility of all hardware devices from endpoint peripherals to connected devices (IT/OT/IoT), Sepio uses unique physical layer hardware fingerprinting technology and data augmentation from endpoints and networks.
Full Control through Predefined Policies: Enterprise-wide policies enable compliance, regulation and best practices. With predefined templates and no baselining or whitelisting, and no requirement for a clean environment start, Sepio provides a fast and easy setup.
Rogue Device Mitigation (RDM): Threat mitigation upon discovery of rogue or threatening devices. Integrations with existing security platforms such as NACs and SOARs for mitigation and remediation enhancements.