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Dodge County Hospital – Visibility, Security and Resources
IoT Secure continuously and safely checked devices for vulnerabilities and automatically monitored devices for anomalous and malicious communications without any tuning required. This gave Dodge County team a near real-time view and alerting into devices at risk, as well as information on how to resolve the issues.
Secure your IoT, Unmanaged, OT and BioMed devices for 50%-75% less cost than Competitors.
100% Device Visibility
Shadow IT, defined as unknown endpoints on a network, is a significant problem most networks face. However, a device doesn’t need to have been placed with nefarious intent to pose a threat to other devices and computers on the same network. To combat this problem, IT Asset Inventories are crucial. IoT Secure’s solution will help you get complete, accurate, and up-to-date inventories to find the unexpected, unknown, and unmanaged devices on your network before malicious actors do.
Identify All Managed, Unmanaged & IoT Devices
- IoT Secure tells you when a device connects and exactly what it is. No more manual device inventory.
- Because you’ll see every device, finding shadow IT is easy. And, you don’t need to worry about accurately identifying devices because IoT Secure even profiles devices that encrypt traffic or that have 3rd party NICs.
- Now, you can alleviate problems with finding vulnerable devices that have moved since they was last scanned. Because IoT Secure automatically tracks devices, you can find them wherever and whenever they move.
Safe Vulnerability Detection
Any moderately mature IT security program has some kind of vulnerability management they do. Usually by running one of the well-known vulnerability scanners, like Nessus or Qualys, against all the systems on the network. The problem is that while these scanners are great at working with the systems they expect, servers, workstations, etc., they do not play well with other connected devices like IoT. IoT Secure saw this problem and developed our solution to help find these non-traditional devices specifically.
Safe, Active Inspection Designed for IoT
Traditional vulnerability scanners often need agents for in-depth scanning. Also, they can overwhelm and crash devices or force IT to exclude them from scans. Either can lead to incompletely tested or untested devices on the network.
IoT Secure’s IoT PortSafeTM was designed just for sensitive IoT devices that don’t run agents. It first understands what the device is and how to safely test it, before any testing occurs. With this knowledge, it then can gently test the device to detect IoT vulnerabilities precisely, intelligently and non-intrusively. And, it does so as devices connect so there you know right away when a vulnerable device connects to the network vs. waiting until the next scheduled vulnerability scan.
- default credentials
- hard-coded credentials
- open/unwanted services
- manufacturer back doors
- eternalblue / ransomware
- remote code execution
- bluekeep, vxworks, etc.
- rdp & ssl vulnerabilites
- unsecured document access
Automated Behavior Monitoring
For as long as network security standards have existed, the first and most important aspect is the control and management of those assets. Because of the core nature of this tenant, the tools that do this for traditional IT endpoints, like servers and workstations, are well-made and do the job well. But, when you look at the litany of other endpoints on a modern network, like IoT, OT, ICS/SCADA, BioMed, and the endless list of “smart” devices, these traditional tools do not do such a good job. Find out what is on your network, EVERYTHING, today with IoT Secure.
Device-level monitoring is no longer a tedious and manual process involving manual device behavior analysis and security rules
IoT Secure automates the process. The results are automated and high-fidelity alerts to protect the environment when a devices misbehaves.
- suspicious communications
- malicious communications
- abnormal communications
- CVE & CERT advisories mapped to devices
- restricted devices
- network hopping
- restricted OS
Integrate & Manage Existing Tools
Most security programs are good at maintaining, monitoring, and securing their traditional endpoints (servers, Laptops, networking equipment, etc.). These more conventional devices can run software agents and be managed centrally with tools like Active Directory. However, IoT, OT, BioMed, and other connected devices are not so equipped. These less powerful endpoints can’t run agents, and their access cannot be managed centrally until now. IoT Secure has developed our solution from the ground up to help you manage and secure your unmanaged devices.
Two ways to secure IoT devices which one is right for you?
Leverage existing tools to take control of IoT
- IoT Secure can integrate device and threat detail with other solutions that your team is already using. So, you’ll have the context needed to make fast & informed decisions, while in the case of NAC, have a means to block, segment and control devices.
Remediate Unpatch-able IoT devices
- Once a security threat is identified, IoT Secure can automatically create and share a compensating control to remediate the vulnerability while leaving the device operational. Additionally, IoT Secure uniquely does this for passive, behavior-based threats and threats discovered through our active inspection.
Profiled devices support
100% Assets Visibility
Research from Cynerio and the Ponemon Institute says nearly 80% of survey respondents said their organizations IoT and BioMed security is not mature. The survey also found that nearly half of the respondent’s organizations had experienced attacks on medical devices that led to loss of patient data and 56% said the attacks stopped them from providing patient care and 26% said the attacks led to patients being inappropriately tested. 53% of those surveyed said they faced adverse impacts, and increased mortalities on patient care due to a cyberattacks.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a general category of connected devices that do not necessarily meet the classic description of a computer and are commonly designed for a single purpose. Examples of IoT devices include medical devices, HVAC controllers, door access controllers, IP Cameras, Smart TVs, smart watches, and speakers.
Most IoT devices are unknown or unmanaged devices that are hard to security for a variety of reasons, including:
- risky default behavior like creating open services, have hard-coded passwords or data collection and transmission on their own to other devices
- lack built-in security and security patching from the manufacturer
- can’t run endpoint agents or don’t produce logs, so they are hard to monitor
- can’t be scanned for vulnerabilities because they are resource constrained and easily crash
- create Shadow IT problems as they are easily deployed without IT oversight
The IoT Secure profiles devices into manufacturers, categories and device type. Then, it creates a risk profile for each device, including vulnerabilities, flaws, risks, and other crucial information.
Virtually every network, whether a large corporate intranet or a simple home Wi-Fi network, has IoT devices on it. Most are unknown or unmanaged devices and hard to secure, making it challenging to know what IoT is on the network, where they are, where they are communicating, and whether they are vulnerable. Traditional security tools can’t keep up, making dedicated IoT security solutions a critical piece of any enterprise security strategy.
Watch why IoT Secure is the right solution to help you get control of your connected and IoT devices.
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