Internet of Things (IoT)
IoT devices (e.g., cameras, scanners, sensors, vehicles) are becoming increasingly part of many organizations’ infrastructure, but this is happening in some cases without considering the necessary security measures and standards for software development and hardware implementation. That’s why these solutions may have a negative impact on the security of business networks (sometimes with overestimated privacy), making them more vulnerable to cybersecurity threats. If hackers succeed in breaking into just one of the intelligent devices belonging to the network, they may also be able to reach other connected objects and even the main server. So, security assessments must be carried out on each device present in your infrastructure and on each new incorporation; this is in addition to what has to be done on your network.
Here at Fluid Attacks, we can help you with IoT devices’ continuous analyses using automatic scanning processes and manual hacking techniques, including SAST, DAST and Penetration Testing. We seek to detect all the vulnerabilities present in your devices, APIs and server-side applications through superficial evaluations and in-depth attacks. We pay attention to misconfigurations, insecure protocols and communication channels, and out-of-date firmware, among many other flaws that can put your company’s and users’ information assets at risk.