26 listings. Billions of devices should not mean billions of attack vectors. This section covers firms working to secure the IoT.
Atlanta, GA. with a patent-pending, full scale solution, Bastille Networks is the first security company to detect and mitigate IoT threats. Bastille safely and privately scans a corporation's air space, making every RF-emitting device on a premise visible to security personnel.
Chain of Things
Explores all security applications within blockchain IoT and looks at the development of open-standards for the industry to use. The consortium organizes events and seeks a "future resistant" open protocol solution to the looming security threat posed by tens of billions of connected devices.
Connect In Private Corp.
Panama, Pan. Offers a patented Certificate-Less Authentication and Encryption (CLAE) as an asymmetric encryption algorithm for use with connected cars, smart meters, smart cities, IoT, authentication, and more.
Berkshire, UK. Cryptosoft's data security platform eliminates the use of vulnerable, hard to manage, static certificates and delivers dynamic device based authentication and data centric security for IoT payloads. Users can leverage Symantec's new Roots of Trust (RoT) for IoT devices.
Fremont, CA. For IoT, Device Authority's D-FACTOR technology eliminates the vulnerabilities and inefficiencies of static keys/certificates by transforming devices into dynamic keys for authentication and device-derived crypto applications.
The Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team works to reduce risks within and across all critical infrastructure sectors, issuing alerts and newsletters.
IoT Security Foundation
A collaborative, vendor-neutral, international initiative aspiring to be the expert resource for sharing knowledge, best practice and advice on securing the Internet of Things.
Herzeliya, Isr. Provides Critical Infrastructure Cyber Security solutions, including Energy Firewall and Energy Cerebrum, focusing on on the last-mile of distributed energy assets.
San Francisco, CA. Seeded by DARPA, Qadium solves the problems of generating data and knowledge about the "device layer" of the Internet, acting like a search engine for IoT. Qadium's Expander allows organizations to see their entire connected system.
The largest source for information security training in the world, SANS offers certifications via GIAC in addition to numerous events, conferences, online security training, free security white papers and research.
Tel Aviv, Il. Offers a unified, scalable security solution across both IoT and mobile platforms from connected lightbulbs to jet engines. Formerly Discretix Technologies Ltd.
A search engine for devices connected to the Internet, Shodan was originally founded as a market intelligence tool. The service can be used to detect unsecured things such as industrial control systems, web cameras and more.
Webroot IoT Security Toolkit
Broomfield, CO. The WST provides cloud-based, real-time threat intelligence services (BrightCloud) and intelligent cybersecurity device agents to enable IoT/IIoT solution designers and system integrators.
Mountain View, CA. Provides real-time visibility into IoT infrastructure to reveal existing vulnerabilities and threats. ZingBox also generates IoT logs that can be sent to a SIEM.
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