Federal, State, and Local Government

How Secure is Your IoT?

Modernization efforts within most agencies have led to an increase in IoT devices. If compromised, these devices could lead to a breach of sensitive or even classified information.

The Rise of IoT in Government

IoT promises to drive government efficiency and improve service delivery. Many agencies have varied and complex systems to manage. IoT devices and sensors can improve the monitoring and maintenance of complex systems, reducing costs, and improving agency effectiveness. Effective cyber security is paramount to all federal, state, and local agencies, and with the increase of documented nation-state actors targeting IoT — particularly as it relates to network infrastructure — agencies need to leverage the right capabilities to secure IoT. An attack on sensors, security cameras, or wireless routers can compromise sensitive information or lead to further attacks.

Reduce IoT Risk

In order for your agency to mitigate the risks created by IoT devices, you need the ability to:

  • Detect and identify 100% of the devices on your network, across all of your segments
  • Gain visibility down to the firmware level for unmanaged devices
  • Explore tailored intelligence about the devices on your network
  • Generate risk reports and monitor alerts to support continuous risk management

By analyzing firmware buried inside IoT devices, Finite State provides deep insight into hidden vulnerabilities on the network to helping users understand and mitigate risks, detect advanced threats, and respond to attacks. The IoT era has arrived, and Finite State helps government entities reap the benefits without compromising security.

THE FINITE STATE SOLUTION

IoT is becoming a preferred method of intrusion for attackers. Agencies need a security platform that delivers a proactive IoT security solution, which detects threats, assesses risk, isolates attacks, and integrates with your existing IT security department to defend your complete agency network.

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