Reducing risks from sprawling IoT device growth
Securing the Internet of Things (IoT)
As more devices (TVs, HVAC, thermostats, etc.) get internet connected, they become more valuable to attackers. Stop sprawling devices from introducing ransomware, botnets or worse.Request a Demo
See, Prevent, Minimize, and Model IoT Risks
Protect Every Connected Device
Know Every IoT Device
Keep an accurate inventory of current and new devices, using safe, passive traffic monitoring. Devices are classified and you can customize each one.
Mitigate Vulnerabilities to Keep Devices Safe
Deep device-specific analysis for each vulnerability gets to the heart of risk, not stopping at counting vulnerabilities. Reduce risks with less work.
Detect and Respond to Incidents
When something doesn’t look right, a device may need to be investigated. With centralized device behavior tracking and activity recording, the incident response (IR) process becomes easier and less costly.
How and Why Devices Get Hacked
Even small devices can have big compute capabilities, enough to make them desirable as members of a criminal botnet for DDoS attacks.
Devices that can use your network may come with unwanted vulnerabilities.
While devices don’t always contain ransomable data, they can be a step towards accessing valuable information elsewhere on the network.
With 15 billion IoT targets, some are bound to be attacked successfully.
Protecting Your Industry’s Unique Devices
Asimily provides the necessary tools to identify and address IoT vulnerabilities in healthcare, ensuring the protection of patient data without interrupting the delivery of critical care.Discover More
In an industry that relies heavily on IoT devices to drive automation, efficiency, and connectivity, Asimly can help. By ensuring the security of IoT devices, manufacturers can safeguard their intellectual property, prevent production disruptions, and maintain the trust of their customers and partners.Discover More
Educational institutions depend on interconnected devices to facilitate learning, research, and campus operations. Protect sensitive student and faculty data, maintain operational integrity, and foster a secure, productive academic environment with Asimily.Discover More
Asimily equips government entities worldwide with the necessary tools to secure their IoT devices, protect critical infrastructure, and ensure data privacy. Defend against cyber threats and uphold public trust by proactively mitigating vulnerabilities.Discover More
Where delicate research, development, and data exchange are ongoing, securing your IoT devices is a top priority. Proactively manage and mitigate vulnerabilities, reducing the risk of theft or loss of critical research and development efforts.Discover More
Reduce Vulnerabilities 10x Faster with Half the Resources
Find out how our innovative risk remediation platform can help keep your organization’s resources safe, users protected, and IoT and IoMT assets secure.
Frequently asked questions
Common types of IoT device vulnerabilities include weak or default passwords, outdated firmware or software, insufficient authentication mechanisms, insecure data transfer and storage, lack of device management, and poor physical security.
IoT device vulnerabilities can have significant consequences for your organization. They can lead to data breaches, unauthorized access to systems, disruption of operations, compromised privacy, financial losses, reputational damage, and even physical harm in certain cases.
Regular vulnerability assessments and proactive mitigation help prevent potential exploits, reduce the risk of cyberattacks, ensure data privacy, and maintain the integrity and availability of IoT systems.
Effective vulnerability mitigation typically involves these key steps: Discovery and inventory of IoT devices. Vulnerability scanning and assessment. Prioritization based on risk analysis. Remediation of vulnerabilities. Ongoing monitoring and reevaluation. Reporting and documentation of efforts.
Assessment of risks should be conducted on a regular basis to keep pace with the evolving threat landscape. Frequency of these assessments may depend on factors such as industry regulations, risk tolerance, and criticality of the devices. A general rule of thumb would be to conduct vulnerability mitigation activities quarterly.