As more and more devices of any nature become connected to the internet, maintaining a sufficient level of security and privacy in enterprises and households becomes progressively difficult, since connectivity offers hackers more entry points, and not all devices are designed with inherent security modules. With enterprises in particular, the challenge grows more complex, as visibility and control of devices across a network becomes ever harder.
SecuriThings helps organizations solve the ongoing operational, compliance, and cyber-security challenges created by IoT devices. SecuriThings' Horizon can automate maintenance tasks and monitor and secure IoT devices, all from one consolidated management view. The software-only solution has been deployed in major airports, universities, cities, and large enterprises, and is already monitoring millions of devices globally. SecuriThings has established partnerships with system integrators, management systems, and device vendors.See full profile >>
NanoLock provides device-level zero trust protection and management to secure IoT, OT, and connected devices against outsiders, insiders, supply chain cyber events, and human errors. The company’s lifetime protection and management solution takes zero trust to the device level with exceptional protection, secured and managed firmware updates, reliable status alerts, and unique forensic data. NanoLock’s zero trust protection is vital to critical infrastructures such as industrial companies and utilities seeking to ensure the operational integrity of their devices, maintain business continuity, and protect revenues. The company secures connected devices such as smart meters, industrial machines, smart lighting, gateways, data concentrators, and more against ransomware, fraud, theft, bricking, and many other persistent attacks. NanoLock works with major utilities, industrial companies, and large ecosystem partners in Japan, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, the Netherlands, India, Singapore, Israel, and the U.S. NanoLock has won multiple industry awards, including the Black Unicorn Award (“Top 10 Baby Black Unicorns, 2021”) and Tracxn’s Emerging Startups 2021 (Minicorns).See full profile >>
ProtectivX offers cloud-based security solutions for connected cars. The company is focused primarily on the vulnerabilities of connected devices, such as infotainment systems and mobile phones. The ProtectivX solution is extremely powerful, yet easy to deploy and maintain throughout the vehicle’s lifecycle.See full profile >>
Armis protects businesses from unmanaged, compromised, or rogue devices and networks. Using an agent-less approach, Armis discovers, monitors, and provides visibility to all devices before they connect with the network, including outside connections from corporate assets. The company's out-of-band sensing technology delivers enhanced visibility via a centralized management console and fully identifies all connected devices and data, both from traditional and smart devices. Armis was named a cool vendor in "Cool Vendors in Security for Midsize Enterprises, 2017" by the Gartner Research Group.See full profile >>
Axonius is a cybersecurity asset-management platform that enables IT and security teams to manage and secure devices. By easily integrating with customers’ existing management and security technologies, and through the use of an extensive plug-in infrastructure to add custom logic, Axonius provides a unified view of known and unknown devices. Axonius was named a cool vendor in “Cool Vendors in in Security Operations and Threat Intelligence, 2020” by the Gartner Research Group.See full profile >>
Karamba Security provides embedded cyber-security solutions for connected systems. Karamba's software is designed and implemented to safeguard resource-constrained systems. Karamba security solutions automatically integrate into the system's software and continuously check the system's runtime integrity. When a deviation from the system's factory settings is detected, the system blocks it automatically, preventing zero-day cyber attacks with zero false positives and negligible performance impact. Product manufacturers in the automotive industry, Industry 4.0, IoT, and enterprise edge rely on Karamba's automated runtime integrity software. Using Karamba's software, the devices are self-protected against cyber attacks without requiring any development change or security updates. Vendors leverage Karamba Security's software to increase their brand competitiveness and protect their customers against cyber attacks. Karamba Security was named a cool vendor in "Cool Vendors in IoT Security, 2018" by the Gartner Research Group.See full profile >>
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