Security Monitoring

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Why security monitoring

Data Privacy Concerns
To fulfill their functions, IoT devices collect and transmit sensitive data, raising confidentiality concerns.
Continuous Connectivity
IoT devices are attractive targets for hackers looking for a persistent foothold in networks.
Diverse Attack Vectors
IoT devices are diverse in functionality and design, which means they have diverse attack surfaces.
Regulatory Compliance
Monitoring is one of the requirements for compliance, being asked very often by regulatory bodies.
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Experience and involvement that shape monitoring

Expertise and toolset to support the whole monitoring flow, from inventory creation to patch delivery. Case study - involved engineering efforts for monitoring:

Create and Maintain Device Inventory25%
Create and maintain an up-to-date inventory of all IoT devices in use.
Vulnerability Assessment30%
Determine exposure and assign severity levels to identified defects.
Patch Development and Delivery45%
Monitoring activities track patch levels and alerts when updates are required.

Real time monitoring for online devices.

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Onboarded Devices
Required Engineering

Assistance for security monitoring

Here are our most popular services that we provide to our customers.

Vulnerability Assessment
Maintain an up-to-date inventory of all IoT devices in use. This includes device type, location, and firmware version.
Network Traffic Analysis
Monitor network traffic generated by IoT devices. Anomalies or unusual patterns can indicate security incidents..
Firmware Updates
Regularly update firmware to patch known vulnerabilities. Monitoring can help identify devices that are not up to date..

Frequently asked questions

Why security monitoring become important in IoT space?

The following aspects are of key importance and brings security monitoring in discussion:

Diverse Attack Vectors: IoT devices are diverse in functionality and design, which means they have diverse attack surfaces. These vulnerabilities could be exploited, leading to data breaches, device manipulation, and even safety hazards.

Continuous Connectivity: IoT devices are always connected, making them attractive targets for hackers looking for a persistent foothold in networks. Security monitoring helps detecting and thwarts malicious activities in real-time.

Data Privacy Concerns: Many IoT devices collect and transmit sensitive data, reducing the confidentiality concerns and exposure to unauthorized parties.

Regulatory Compliance: Governments and industry bodies are increasingly imposing IoT security regulations. Security monitoring helps organizations comply with these standards and avoid legal repercussions.

What are the main components required by monitoring?

Effective security monitoring of IoT devices encompasses several critical components: 1. Device Discovery: Identifying all IoT devices connected to the network is the first step. This discovery process includes recognizing both authorized and unauthorized devices.

Anomaly Detection: Utilizing machine learning and behavioral analysis, anomaly detection tools identify unusual device behavior that may indicate a security breach.

Security patching of the IoT devices is crucial - monitoring systems track patch levels and trigger alerts when updates are required.

Network Traffic Analysis: Monitoring network traffic helps detect unusual patterns or malicious activities.

Identity and Access Management: Implementing strong access controls ensures that only authorized users and devices can interact with IoT devices.

Incident Response: Preparing a well-defined incident response plan is vital. It outlines steps to take when security incidents are detected and minimizes the impact. Security monitoring for IoT devices is not just a best practice; it's a safeguard for the digital

How to get started with device monitoring?

To overcome potential blind spots, it's crucial to opt-out for a centralized solution that provides comprehensive visibility across your entire IoT ecosystem through a single interface. When evaluating an IoT monitoring tool, keep an eye out for these essential features:

Auto-Discovery: A tool equipped with auto-discovery capabilities can identify all IoT devices within your network automatically.

Remote Device Monitoring: Centralized management is simplified when you can monitor IoT devices remotely, enabling efficient oversight.

Device Status Monitoring: Real-time tracking of device statuses ensures you stay informed about the health and performance of your IoT assets.

Connection Security: Secure connections are a must tooling should monitor and maintain the security of IoT device connections.

Alerting: Timely alerts about anomalies or potential issues allow for proactive responses to maintain system integrity.

User-Friendly Interface: An intuitive, user-friendly interface simplifies the monitoring process, making it accessible to both technical and non-technical personnel.

Reputable IoT monitoring service providers typically offer free trials or demo systems, allowing you to assess their tool's suitability for your needs without financial risk. It's essential to recognize that any IoT monitoring software will require support from your IT team. One effective approach is to establish observability practices, enabling your team to manage and optimize the monitoring tool effectively.