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Device security is a horizontal problem that is not relegated to a particular industry or vertical. Firmware is the consistent component that must be analyzed to provide the most comprehensive picture of the risk associated with these devices.
The number of IoT devices is growing at an exponential rate. These devices are typically developed without security in mind. Printers, security cameras, badge card readers and thermostats are but a few of the types of devices that would fall into this device class.
Industrial control systems are responsible for operating critical functions across every industry vertical. From building automation systems in the enterprise to Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) at power companies, they underpin the very fabric on which our world operates.
Healthcare organizations possess thousands of medical devices, ranging from patient monitoring systems, x-ray machines, and MRIs, to atmospheric control systems and surgical robots. The secure implementation and operation of these devices is not currently aligned with the critical functions that they serve.
Satellites have seen an explosion in utility in recent years, as a result of the adoption of COTS (commercial off the shelf) software and the privatization of access to space. Additionally, the on-earth infrastructure to support satellites, such as ground stations, are high value targets to attackers.
Device security is a horizontal problem; it is not relegated to a particular vertical, industry, or sector. Just as every company came to grips with the fact that they needed visibility on their laptops and desktops to prevent traditional cyber-attacks, visibility into these device classes is the next logical step.
NetRise is an automated, cloud-based platform that provides comprehensive insight into the many risks present in a firmware image.