By 2025, there will be 55.7 billion connected devices. Do you know if your product is secure?
Find Critical Vulnerabilities in Your Connected DevicesBy 2025 there will be 55.7 billion connected devices worldwide, according to IDC. Can technology companies secure all these objects from threats? As the proliferation of interconnected products and devices grows, the need for securing devices, applications, data and communication increases.
With Internet of Things (IoT) devices, Operational Technology (OT) devices, smart devices and cloud applications becoming more ubiquitous in all environments, finding vulnerabilities in software and hardware is a requirement no manufacturer should overlook.
Ethical hackers from Tangible Security determine what harm can be done when cyber threats target your new or existing product. Using a range of unique penetration testing tools for testing connected devices, Tangible's product security testing mimics real-world hacking tactics and techniques that uncover hidden vulnerabilities in your device or application and provide realistic insights and practical results.
Tangible Security has honed this ethical hacker approach employing a full range of specialists and engineers who can work with and test different aspects of a product in parallel, minimizing impacts, and expediting time-to-market.
Typical engagements include:
- Product Architecture Assessments:
Assessment to understand the architecture of the system and identify potential risks.
- Vulnerability Assessments:
Provides a broad picture of the vulnerabilities affecting one or more systems and determine the scale of known security problems for prioritizing fixes.
- Penetration Testing:
Testing with attack simulations where security scenarios are identified and defenses are tested
Assessment BenefitsFinding security vulnerabilities and risks in products benefits from fresh eyes and experts skilled in emulating attackers. If you want someone to expose security risks that the best adversaries would find, then you need to hire ethical hackers as good as they are.
Tangible Security literally wrote the book on ethical hacking. Our engineering team has served on classified government projects and presented at major industry events. Every day, they help our customers find and fix security risks in their products before it's too late.
A Typical EngagementAfter initially defining the scope and nature of your project, Tangible Security engineers either perform a Black Box assessment or review your product documentation and/or meet with your developers in more of a Gray Box or White Box approach.
The better we understand the intent, function, and ecosystem of the product, the more thoroughly we can search for security gaps and vulnerabilities.
Our findings reports are prioritized, structured, and detailed. We will assist your engineers with recreating and remediating the findings.
Frequently Found Vulnerabilities
- Spoofable software updates
- Identity and privilege flaws
- Accessible, unencrypted binaries
- Hidden tools hackers can run
- Concealed physical ports with root access
- Logging unnecessarily capturing sensitive data
- Missing data input validation
- Unpatched libraries and components
- Unnecessary services running
Vulnerabilities and their exploitation by
attackers of all skill levels and motivations,
are driving the threat landscape.