You might not be looking at your device security—but hackers are.
Connected devices are the new attack vector. More hackers are turning to your hardware to conduct their attack. According to Gartner, 20% of enterprises have already detected an IoT attack, and the number is growing every year.
Your attack surface is larger than you think.
You wouldn’t run software with known vulnerabilities, so why would you deploy devices that put your business at risk? Our research shows that 25% of your connected devices—including routers, switches, security cameras, phones and even printers— have exploitable firmware vulnerabilities. Each unresolved weakness can be used as an entry point to exploit your mission-critical systems and data.
Your software is secure—when's the last time you evaluated your devices?
As IoT adoption increases, it gets harder to manually monitor every piece of firmware connected to your network. That’s why we designed Binwalk Enteprise, to alert you to vulnerabilities across all the devices your team uses every day.
Your business is only as strong as your most vulnerable device.
Binwalk Enterprise gives you visibility into connected devices to ensure they’re safe before you install them in your environment. It proactively monitors firmware threats across millions of IoT and enterprise devices to alert you to possible attacks before they happen.
Existing vulnerability management solutions have your software covered but leave your devices exposed. Binwalk Enterprise is designed to detect weaknesses in firmware and help you build an airtight device security strategy. It analyzes the firmware that runs on your connected devices and checks them against known vulnerabilities, while continuously monitoring for new threats.