Why is wireless so vulnerable?
Harmony IoT - All you need to protect your assets and airspace from IoT attacks
Harmony IoT accurately identifies vulnerabilities and threats from smart-connected devices that are active in your environment. It prevents malicious IoT activity and policy violations, in real time, to keep your business protected.
Harmony IoT continuously monitors and analyzes all the smart-connected devices in your airspace.
The moment any device enters your airspace, it is identified and tracked, so you know exactly what is happening at all times. In addition, Harmony IoT compares what a device IS doing, with what it SHOULD be doing. These comparisons are based on the simultaneous analysis of a variety of parameters, including the device type – Harmony IoT has the largest database of wireless computing devices and activities in the world – attributes (who owns it, where it’s coming from, when it’s connecting), and other learned behaviors.
Harmony IoT accurately identifies vulnerabilities and threats from smart-connected devices that are active in your environment.
Harmony IoT uniquely combines positive detection, that looks at how a device should be behaving, with negative detection capabilities, that identify known attack behaviors, to produce high-fidelity alerts that allow you to quickly understand and address any risks in your environment. Harmony IoT’s cutting-edge data-science approach pinpoints misconfigurations, software bugs, and other vulnerabilities in the environment that need to be addressed, as well as, zero-day threats coming from smart-connected devices.
Harmony IoT automatically prevents malicious IoT activity and policy violations, in real time, to keep your business protected.
Harmony IoT interrupts or disconnects wireless connections to prevent data transfers and isolate threats in your environment. Harmony IoT can also enforce IoT policies that align with your business and compliance objectives. For example, Harmony IoT can ensure guests can’t connect to internal assets or devices can’t be connected to wired and wireless networks simultaneously. The detailed, actionable information of the IoT activity in your environment can be integrated to improve the intelligence and effectiveness of your overall security infrastructure.
More companies than ever are offering the option of working from home and some are even requiring it. Remote work has become part of the “new normal” way of working. Remote work brings with it any number of new security issues and threats, a key one being the inability to control or ensure the security of the remote network employees use, and the prevalence of Wi-Fi at home. Select Learn More to get more information.