We are a group of IoT security experts that developed a new method for vetting and validating firmware by detecting and mitigating security flaws in connected devices. Our Centrifuge Platform is the first to bring this capability to the commercial market.
We have decades of experience securing devices for sensitive national security applications.
We've spent years developing and teaching a new IoT security methodology to vet and validate firmware security.
Not only are we world-class experts in IoT security, but we have in our midst the creator of Binwalk.
IoT attacks at the firmware level span every industry and sector. If an IoT device connects to the Internet, then it faces substantial risk of attack from hackers and state-sponsored actors.
From insulin pumps to implantable defibrillators, connected medical devices have been shown to be extremely vulnerable to malicious tampering that could result in death.
The infamous Jeep hack shocked the world, illustrating the ability to remotely control a vehicle. As service bays go wireless, vehicles become susceptible to rogue firmware attacks.
From ATMs to point-of-sale systems, the everyday infrastructure of our financial lives is prone to attack. Fortune 500 companies have been victims resulting in lost customers and sacked CEOs.
Consumers openly welcome connected IoT devices into their homes. But flawed firmware on these IoT devices have resulted in numerous cases of privacy invasion.
Company 42%-owned by the Chinese government sold devices that monitor U.S. Army base, Memphis streets, sparking concerns about cybersecurity.
Wall Street Journal, Nov 12th, 2017
Critical vulnerabilities discovered in popular IoT devices, like the TRENDnet TV-IP344PI 4MP Camera, could lead to an invasion of privacy or corporate espionage. Don’t become a victim.
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