Hacking a Smart TV

You’ve seen these types of attacks in movies and TV shows, but did you think that it was just good editing and special effects? Did you know that these don’t just take place on the silver screen? In fact, they can be carried out in places that you wouldn’t even expect… such as your office, whether it is in the center of the city, or your home in a quiet neighborhood…

Carrying out hardware-based attacks on Smart TVs is more simple than you may think… Do you trust your smart TV? Don’t assume, verify. Learn more about HAC-1, the world’s leading Zero Trust Hardware Access solution – identify your devices, review their risk scores, and embrace Zero Trust.

Sepio has developed the Hardware Access Control (HAC-1) solution to provide a panacea to the gap in device visibility. Furthermore, as the leader in Rogue Device Mitigation (RDM), Sepio’s solution identifies, detects, and handles all peripherals; no device goes unmanaged. In addition to the deep visibility layer, a comprehensive policy enforcement mechanism recommends on best practice policy and allows the administrator to define a strict, or more granular, set of rules for the system to enforce. Such capabilities enable a Zero Trust Hardware Access approach, and when a device breaches the pre-set policy, HAC-1 automatically instigates a mitigation process that instantly blocks unapproved or Rogue hardware. HAC-1 is deployed without any hardware, and there is no need for traffic monitoring.

A smart TV might be smart, but we are smarter – give us 24 hours to show you.