The solution to identify security vulnerabilities encompassing IoT

Internet of Things (IoT) is proving to be a promising and disruptive technology with sheer impact, growth, and uncultivated potential for the near future. Along with the mapping of major technologies to IoT format, many households and consumers are posed by the enormous threat of security compromises.

Physical and technical vulnerabilities across the board have opened the doors for many exploits. A parametric analysis of these technologies indicates that a framework for security is essential for their operation.

While the physical exploits are not the consideration for this review, digital-based exploits are briefly discussed. Furthermore, ThingzAnalyzer’s encompassing of these vulnerabilities is comprehensively discussed as well.

What makes ThingzAnalyzer unique?

Rather than relying on offline infrastructure that can get outdated and resource-deprived on local machines. ThingzAnalyzer harnesses the power of cloud-based utilities to perform in-depth firmware scans. With flawless integration of hardware analysis, ThingzAnalyzer’s prowess lies in the assessment of major areas such as firmware penetration testing, vulnerability testing, security audits, network security, and web VA/PT.

Feature-rich assessments to ensure the security of your device

ThingzAnalyzer hosts an assortment of targeted features that uphold the core principle of securing an IoT device from internal and external threats. IoT devices struggle to survive without a host of software and encoded logic that helps them perform their functions. These devices often have a whole ecosystem of rich software and firmware utilities that aid in a smooth operation.

In this regard, Cisco predicts that more than 50 billion devices will be online by the end of 2020. Keeping in consideration the outline of security requirements for IoT layered architecture, the utility ThingzAnalyzer provides extensive coverage for IoT devices through its 360 degree security analysis.

Firmware Vulnerability Assessment

This firmware is often the primary target for major exploits. In attacks such as Node Capturing, hackers resort to injecting a malicious node into the system that disrupts the network. ThingzAnalyzer cuts the possibility of such nodes from entering the system and patches such loopholes. Furthermore, it validates the prior security of the system by adding additional testing and measures.

Security Compliance Audit

The security compliance audit consists of fundamental approaches towards exposing potential flaws in the IoT device. These components are derived from extraordinary amounts of research that have been curated by our team of more than five Ph.D. researchers. Consequently, this set of guidelines ensures proper scanning and removal of threats from the system.

Firstly, the compliance audit authenticates the firmware certificates with various third-party authorities that are deemed to be trusted. Secondly, the security and strength of the algorithm are verified through rigorous ways. In a case where the private key is exposed, consequent measures are also tested.

Furthermore, the accessibility of configuration is also put underway. In cases where the IoT devices may store details such as email addresses and passwords, the possibility of email leaks cannot be ignored either. This is the reason why email leaks are comprehensively listed for the users to check the issues.

Network Security Assessment

When it comes to the Internet part of IoT devices, there can be potential exploits while connecting to the internet and communicating with other APIs and devices. Furthermore, with attacks such as Code Injection, Data Injection, and Side-Channel Attacks, these devices need to be tested for online deterrence as well.

Consequently, ThingzAnalyzer tracks such exploits and vulnerable ports. Furthermore, it is not limited to internet connectivity solely. It extends to Bluetooth, and ZigBee as well.

Our authority over the task

ThingzEye finds its roots at IoT Research and Innovation Laboratory (IRIL) based in KICS, UET. The lab is being funded by the National Center for Cyber Security for its competent faculty and team members. The team behind ThingzEye is spearheaded by five senior Ph.D. researchers.

Furthermore, the driving force consists of 15 embedded security engineers and software developers along with an industry security consultant. When you choose ThingzEye, you choose quality undeterred.

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