Networked clinical devices in the medical IoT are connected to both financial and personal health information, and are soft targets for cybercriminals. Strong cyber protection that blocks illicit control of patient-connected devices is essential for ensuring patient safety.
The industrial automation market is leading the convergence of operational and information technologies. But this global IoT transformation is exposing a broad and highly exploitable attack surface that threatens to inhibit IoT innovation and disrupt industrial processes.
The connected home includes network-enabled entry systems, HVAC, security monitoring, and household electronics, among many other elements of the residential IoT. Homeowners are vulnerable to a broad range of cyber attack methods with most household devices.
THE IoT CHALLENGE
Thingate is a purpose-built cybersecurity solution, designed expressly for the Internet of Things. Through a comprehensive set of cyberdefenses that address the common attack methods and specific vulnerabilities of the IoT, Thingate monitors, analyzes, blocks and reports malicious traffic, defending both the IoT from the enterprise, and the enterprise from the IoT.
What makes Thingate different?
- Wireless Signal Security
- Access Control
- Bidirectional Traffic Management
- Traffic analytics
- Anomoly detection
- Packet Capture
- Encryption and Authentication
- SIEM and Event Manager Integration
- Device Obscurity