Threat landscape has changed because of IOT. The following features of IOT make it very hackable
Improper configuration of routers that interact with the IoT devices.
Consumption of IoT technology by high net-worth and low tech enabled consumers .
High degree of privacy concerns.
Improper usage of communication between Hubs and Slaves.
Lack of standards and guidelines in the manufacturing of IoT devices.
Insecure Cloud Communication and Storage.
Extreme dependencies on open source platforms allow attackers to stay ahead of the curve.
Lack of ongoing technical support for security from the IoT vendors and manufacturing vendors.
Lack of thorough perimeter security assessments before the deployment of IoT devices.
Heavy hardware tweaking by developers and lack of security validation for hardware devices.
As the number of IoT devices that are connected in the realm of cyber space exceeds the metric of global population in 2017, consumers in IoT are globally spread across different verticals.
Organizations & consumers are highly susceptible to IoT attacks which may pose potential threats to their privacy and businesses.
This tremendous increase in the consumption of IoT products and services has created a phenomenal stir in securing the Internet of Things.
OS level vulnerability assessments and patching for your IOT Device.
Communication, APIs and platform architecture reviews.
Web application and network firewall testing.
Stress tests, Performance tests and load tests to test the Architecture resilience.
Real time white hat hacker attacks your apps to see if they can take over your IOT ecosystem.