IoT Security

Find hidden threats introduced in the supply chain

Kryptowire vetting IoT

The distributed business world is rapidly advancing beyond mobile devices. The Internet of Things (IoT) includes billions of interconnected sensors, manufacturing equipment, automotive instrumentation, medical devices, industrial control systems, smart home appliances, and other full-stack networked devices all sharing data. And security is the number one threat to any IoT-enabled environment. Protecting IoT firmware and applications is a never-ending effort to track, monitor, and detect vulnerable Over-The-Air (OTA) firmware application software updates.

Kryptowire’s military-grade IoT firmware and software security vetting technology discovers code vulnerabilities, data exfiltration, broken cryptography, privilege escalation, back doors, and prepositioned threats. The technology automatically detects any asset in the network, even if dormant, continuously monitoring risks as devices are added and removed, and as software changes are made.

Kryptowire’s IoT threat feed and  continuous asset-monitoring dashboard brings all of this vulnerability and risk data into a unified view, where enterprises can use the analysis to inform policy decisions, enforce policies, and automatically report actionable business risk intelligence to engineering staff and senior executives.

Automated & Scalable Analysis of Mobile & IoT Device Firmware

“Ensuring the mobile device supply chain is free of vulnerabilities and cyber-threats is essential to securing the technology we use to protect the homeland. The techniques and processes being developed will help provide needed insight into the mobile technology supply chain, assuring the ability of Government and enterprises to securely execute their mission,”

Office of Cybersecurity and Communications’ Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management program, National Protection and Programs Directorate

May 30, 2018

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