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IoT, one of the largest and most popular technologies of recent years, is very popular in improving operational efficiency. However, with the rise of IoT and connected devices, it brings cyber attacks. Many IoT devices communicate insecurely and contain sensitive information in their devices or systems in the cloud. Moreover, most of these systems are protected by weak password policies. In addition, login panels can contain vulnerabilities. In this regard, even OWASP has a list of top 10 IoT vulnerabilities. At the top of this list are the vulnerabilities on the interfaces used.
Rapidly developing technologies, lack of standards and legislation, and the use of commercial technology in business and industry create the security complex of IoT. To address this challenge, organizations need to provide security to their products and services. By encrypting the communication protocols used by the devices, companies actually provide some security for IoT devices. We are conducting an in-depth study on cyber threats and vulnerabilities for IoT technology.
We identify the necessary vulnerabilities and prepare a detailed report on this issue, so that you can make the IoT devices used by your company more secure. Our services support you in this regard and examine your connected solutions at the physical, communication and software levels, these are:
In this context, we work to ensure sustainable cyber security by ensuring that our customers identify risks and are protected against them.
IoT involves adding an internet connection to interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals and people. Each “thing” provides a unique identifier and the ability to automatically transfer data over a network. Allowing devices to connect to the Internet introduces a number of serious vulnerabilities if not properly protected. IoT security has been the subject of scrutiny following a series of high-profile incidents where a common IoT device was used to infiltrate and attack a larger network. Implementing security measures is critical to securing networks with IoT devices connected to them.
Numerous challenges prevent securing IoT devices and providing end-to-end security in the IoT environment. Because the idea of networking tools and other objects is relatively new, security has not always been considered a top priority during the design phase of a product. Additionally, because IoT is an emerging market, many product designers and manufacturers are more concerned with getting their products to market quickly rather than taking steps to ensure security. A major issue with IoT security is the use of hard-coded or default passwords that can lead to security breaches. Even if passwords are changed, they are not strong enough to prevent infiltration. Many devices do not offer or may not offer advanced security features. For example, sensors that monitor humidity or temperature cannot implement advanced encryption or other security measures. Also, many IoT devices receive almost no security updates or patches with the “set it and forget it” mindset. From a manufacturer's point of view, providing security from the get-go can be expensive, slowing development, and causing the device to not work as it should.
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