Fight against IoT Security Vulnerabilities and Keep your Machines Running
Your management trusts you to keep the machines running. In manufacturing, it is crucial to prevent data breaches by mitigating cyber risks and protecting them against criminal activities, such as IP theft and ransomware campaigns.
You want to verify manufacturing production continuity, by making sure that your production floor is not affected due to cyber attacks caused by IoT security vulnerabilities.
Manufacturing Business Continuity
Maintain business continuity with no downtime due to hardware-based attack campaigns on IoT devices.
Risk Management Compliance
Achieve a higher level of risk management compliance in manufacturing.
Safeguard your valuable IP and prevent bad competitors from catching up.
Full Asset Visibility
Ensure that all assets are accounted for and IoT device vulnerabilities are discovered.
IoT Security Risks and Hardware-Based Attacks
The more devices connected to a network, the more entry points for an attacker to infiltrate the target.
The proliferation of IoT device usage across organizations has meant bad actors have more access points to confidential data, including intellectual property. Additionally, IoT devices typically have lax security measures imposed in order not to hinder the user’s experience. So, even for what seems to be a well-secured organization, the use of unchecked devices increases the IoT security risk and makes it easier for an hardware-based attack to be carried out.
Addressing these IoT security vulnerabilities is crucial to safeguarding organizational data and protecting against potential cyber threats in an increasingly connected world.