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Connectivity Creates Risk

It Only Takes One IoT Device to Compromise an Entire Network

According to a Tech Pro Research survey, companies are collecting some extremely sensitive information that'd be lethal if it landed in the wrong hands. Organizations are deploying billions of IoT devices into mission-critical systems, meaning the security risks reach far beyond these devices.

Segmenting or isolating IoT devices from networks isn't practical. Securing information on such a massive scale requires adaptive digital certificate deployment strategies. Your best defense starts with gaining comprehensive visibility of your IoT landscape.

Connectivity Creates Risk

By 2019, at least 40% of IoT-created data will be stored, processed, analyzed and acted upon close to, or at the edge of the network.

Source: IDC FutureScape

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Internet of Things Cybersecurity Readiness, Osterman Research

68% of organizations that have deployed some level of IoT
had to deal with a security incident in the past year

  • Internet Graph 24% 24%

    malware infiltration

  • Internet Graph 18% 18%

    phishing/social
    engineering attacks

  • Internet Graph 11% 11%

    device misconfiguration
    issues

  • Internet Graph 9% 9%

    privilege escalation

  • Internet Graph 6% 6%

    credential theft

What's at risk?

  • Manufacturers Manufacturers
    • Device Integrity
    • Brand Reputation
    • Ecosystem Standards
  • Network Service Providers Network Service Providers
    • DDos & Botnet Attacks
    • Customer Outages
    • Brand Reputation
    • Data/Consumer Privacy
    • Standards
  • Consumers Consumers
    • Trust & Confidence
    • Health & Safety
    • Brand Loyalty

Question Every "Thing"

IoT's now in the mainstream and you can't hide from the huge security risk.
Here are just a few of the questions that'll wreak havoc on your REM sleep.

  1. How can I ensure the IoT devices on my network are authorized to be there?

  2. How can I effectively manage IoT device security for 100s of thousands, millions or billions of devices?

  3. How can I quickly and efficiently issue a trusted certificate to an approved IoT device?

  1. How can I easily satisfy regulatory compliance requirements for all these connected devices?

  2. How can I authenticate users to confirm an IoT device user is who they say they are?

Top 10 IoT Vulnerabilities

Source: Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)

  • 1

    Unsecure Web Interface

  • 2

    Data Privacy Concerns

  • 3

    Unsecure Device Software/Firmware

  • 4

    Insufficient System/Identity

  • 5

    Authentication

  • 6

    Unsecure Cloud Backend Systems

  • 7

    Poor Transport Encryption

  • 8

    Unsecure Network Services

  • 9

    Unsecure Mobile Connections

  • 10

    Poor Physical Device Security

IoT Concern is Growing

IoT Concern is Growing

Source: Ponemon Institute's 2017 State of Cybersecurity in SMBs report

Solutions to protect your data, devices and reputation

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