Hackers are now targeting point-of-sale machines for financial data.
Vulnerabilities exists in both the device’s hardware and software.
Third party applications lack strong encryption and security practices.
Susceptible to malware designed to steal financial data.
End-to-end data encryption for all financial transactions.
Up-to-date protection against cybercrimes.
Business continuity assurance.
Traditional cybersecurity strategies for connected medical devices are inadequate. The risks are elevated as they can be lethal.
Users have limited visibility to cyberattacks on devices.
Patient data are usually compromised after a cyberattack.
Compromised medical devices can be deadly.
Continuous data protection.
Anomaly detection and monitoring on medical devices.
Instant mitigation with minimal exposure time.
Onboard systems are directly accessible via network connections.
Vehicles can be controlled with malicious CAN bus commands.
Over the air (OTA) security updates are slow and disrupt operations.
Onboard system anomalies are monitored in real-time.
Immediate interception of malicious CAN bus commands.
Rapid turnaround time that ensures minimal business disruption.
Smart thermostats can be hacked to manipulate temperatures.
Alarm systems and surveillance cameras can be manipulated remotely.
IoT ransomware can control connected locks.
Data encryption to prevent man-in-the-middle attacks.
Block malicious commands to alarm systems.
24/7 fortification of surveillance systems.