What You Need to Know About Winning the IoT Cybersecurity War
According to Cybersecurity Ventures, cybercrime costs are expected to reach $6 trillion in 2021 and rise to $10.5 trillion annually by 2025.
New approaches like secure access service edge (SASE) have emerged in response to the growing threat of cyberattacks. According to Gartner’s August 2019 report, “The Future of Network Security in the Cloud,” SASE combines WAN and network security services such as Zero Trust and delivers them as one service. It predicts that 40% of enterprises will have SASE adoption strategies in place by 2024.
Sternum, a leading provider of IoT security and data-analytics solutions, offers a suite of security solutions that enables end-to-end, real-time protection for IoT device manufacturers as well as device-level data insights. In this webinar, we will review Sternum’s Embedded Integrity Verification (EIV) solution preventing the exploitation of vulnerabilities at the edge device in real-time while reducing costs on updating and patching known vulnerabilities. We will also examine the Analytics and Detection System (ADS), a platform for manufacturers and integrators providing device-level security and visibility controls, threat monitoring, real-time alerts and data analytics that brings value through insights. We will also review the current status of security offerings in the IoT space and main challenges in securing devices. The session will wrap up with a review of next-gen cybersecurity controls and how they can help in the race against cyberattacks, enabling quicker, more efficient responses and threat prevention with on-device protection that mitigate a broader spectrum of risks, reducing costs.
Join us and see a full demonstration of these state-of-the-art IoT patented security solutions from Sternum and how they leverage in-module attack prevention, Telit’s AppZone and integration with the Telit IoT Platform and/or Sternum Platform for effective cyberattack prevention and monitoring on the edge device.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- A new approach to securing devices against existing and future attacks
- How to use the solution to prevent the next wave of threats like Ripple 2.0
- How you can integrate security ingredients to enable your customers to leverage the power of this new approach in their solutions and devices