A critical step in effective cyber defense is shrinking the footprint of external exposure to threats. IoT, by its very nature, expands this footprint. As more IoT devices are added to your network, you need to see from the inside what attackers see from the outside.
IoT is quickly becoming the easiest access vector for attackers to reach your critical data.
The problem is: attackers and botnets tend to know more about your attack surface than you do.
With the Finite State platform, you can minimize the impact of your attack surface exposure with the first comprehensive approach to IoT security.
I saw a bank that had been hacked through its CCTV cameras, because these devices are bought purely on cost.1
Network defenders need to stay ahead of attackers by monitoring their external exposure. It’s critical to see what the attackers see when targeting your organization.
Finite State fuses multiple approaches to provide a complete view of exposed IoT devices:
The result is constant monitoring of your perimeter that lets you see vulnerable, misconfigured, and unpatched devices immediately. Leverage the power of Device Intelligence to stay ahead of hackers targeting your organization with the Finite State Platform.