Although sensational headlines suggest otherwise, cybersecurity defense has continually grown stronger over the past decade, making it harder for cybercriminals to achieve their goals. Solutions now exist to protect against various software-based techniques, including denial-of-service attacks, malware, phishing, and ransomware.
Frustrated with such defense systems, many malicious actors are finding alternative paths to digital assets via hardware-based attack tools. In 2018, for instance, a telecommunications company in the U.S. fell victim to a nation-state supply chain attack executed through hacked motherboards in servers.
Fortunately, one Israel-based security company is stepping up to the plate with a hardware access control (HAC) platform designed to protect customers from these emerging threats. Learn more about how to secure your servers and network with Sepio’s HAC-1 solution, which provides ultimate visibility, policy enforcement, and Rogue Device Mitigation.