Spend Less Time for the Same Protection

Better Workflows that Slash Risk

Most successful cyberattacks don’t use zero-days. They succeed when attackers attack faster than defenders defend. Being an efficient defender is also being a better defender, when it comes to risk reduction and making your organization’s IoT/ OT harder to breach.

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Efficient Risk Mitigation Workflows

Knowing the Simplest Fix that Works Takes Effort

Security To-Do Lists are Too Long

Teams Need Efficient Fixes

No security team feels that time and resources are abundant. Risk reducing fixes for vulnerabilities or anomalies should use the least possible resources.

Risk Reduction Must be Prioritized

Completing security work in the wrong order can be the difference between keeping attackers out and leaving them an opening. A quantitative understanding of the biggest risks to focus on can bolster defenses.

Quick Fixes are Better than Slow Ones

Sometimes organizations lack options for how to fix issues, and rely on the same techniques. Lengthy projects like microsegmentation or equipment replacement can work, but an immediate risk reduction based on attack analysis is better.

IoT Device Security in 2024:
The High Cost of Doing Nothing

Protecting the growing IoT architecture
in a complicated security environment

Specific, Short, Effective

How Asimily Makes Security Efficient

Asimily uses the MITRE ATT&CK Framework to examine each vulnerability faced by a customer. That leads to finding exploit-preventing fixes that require the least time and effort. These fixes can also eliminate hidden planning and preparation time that disrupt teams and delay risk reduction.


Each fix, from over 180 identified so far and growing, keeps a device working and thwarts a known attack chain. Using Asimily’s patented analysis of multiple data sources (such as CVE reports and SBOMs), the ideal protection is quickly identified and human validated.


All else being equal, the risk reduction from closing a vulnerability should be quick and easy. More team members can help and less of their time will be lost. Asimily’s recommendation engine biases toward the simplest fixes possible.


Not every fix for a security vulnerability can be applied in the real world. Asimily uses manufacturer data and other sources to avoid offering remediation guidance that would jeopardize a device from working.

SBOMs and Security Risk Mitigation

As part of a robust IoT device security program, organizations should consider using SBOMs to mitigate risks. They can choose to do this work manually, or seek a software platform that incorporates SBOM analysis into their offering. In either case, they can expect the following benefits.

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Asimily Supports MITRE ATT&CK Framework

To successfully defend against attackers, security teams can leverage the MITRE ATT&CK Framework to understand why threat actors perform actions, how they achieve goals, and the steps they take to achieve their objectives.

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