IoT, ICS & SCADA
Protect the security of your Internet of Things-devices
Cybersprint’s firmware-based Internet of Things (IoT)-Honeypot solution recognises and collects information about possible vulnerabilities and threats in IoT-devices and network devices. Our Digital Risk Protection solution identifies your IoT-devices and correlated SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) to assess if they are inadvertently connected to the internet and your network which, in the worst case, could become entry points.
- Early-stage recognition of IoT-attacks
- Detect unwanted IoT-devices and network access
- Opportunity to test your firmware
- Track and detect Botnet
- Prevent data & password leaks
Security and privacy concerns of IoT and ICS
Many articles and newspapers describe the potential of Internet of Things-devices transforming our daily lives. But the growth of IoT comes with many security issues. Most IoT-devices are inadequately secured and manufacturers don’t update their devices regularly or at all. Especially combined with Internet Connected Sharing (ICS), more connected devices make security increasingly difficult. This may lead to malicious activities such as Botnets, DDoS attacks and Malware.
Next to privacy and security concerns on IoT-devices, there can also be vulnerabilities in your router which can lead to unwanted access to the IoT-devices in your organisation. That’s why it is important to gain insights into your IoT, ICS and network devices, and to protect them.
IoT honeypotting through firmware-emulation
At Cybersprint, we provide Function as a Service (FaaS) and cloud services where you can run firmware emulations. FaaS is a generic service for uploading and testing your firmware. It provides your company with early-stage recognition of possible IoT-attacks.
Our IoT-services are customisable to prevent and protect organisations against malicious activities, track and detect Botnet, and detect unwanted IoT-devices and network access.
Cybersprint creates a feed of over 450,000 newly registered domain names every 24 hours. Names are analysed to discover if any new pages are wrongly using your brand or organisation’s name.
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Our high-end AI tools detect if a web page or domain is used in a malicious way, e.g. as a phishing website.
Our Big Data platform is used to map trends and patterns in attacks.
This analysis is then used to protect your organisation before any damage is done.
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The collaboration with Cybersprint went smoothly and has been very professional. Implementation of the Web Monitoring module was very straightforward, since Cybersprint’s solutions do not require integration of hardware into the IT-infrastructure of the Ministry. Consequently, the Digital Risk Protection platform for the Ministry of Defence was setup quickly.
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Digital Risk Monitoring
Dutch cyber security company Cybersprint has raised € 2M in a Series A Funding round. The financing is provided by lead-investor Vortex Capital Partners, returning investor InnovationQuarter, and KPN Ventures. Cybersprint will invest the funds to keep developing its product portfolio and team, and continue its expansion throughout Europe.read more
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Cybersprint is proud to be nominated in the Dutch SME Innovation Top 100 of the Chamber of Commerce. Innovative entrepreneurs from small and medium-sized enterprises compete each year for a place in this SME Innovation Top 100. And not without reason: research by the Chamber of Commerce among companies that have been in the Top 100 in recent years shows that innovation ensures growth. All Top 100 companies saw their profit increase, attracted additional staff and became more internationally active. As a result, a place in the SME Innovation Top 100 has proved to be a good indicator of success.read more