If you build embedded consumer and Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices, the expanding threat landscape requires you to protect your customers from cyber attacks with out-of-the-box firmware security.
From IP cameras and smart elevators, to routers, medical devices and industrial controllers, Check Point IoT Protect Firmware provides on-device runtime protection against zero-day cyber attacks – serving as the most powerful line of defense for your IoT devices.
Assess, Harden, Control
Revolutionary on-device runtime protection enables you to develop connected IoT devices with built-in firmware security that defends against the most sophisticated cyber attacks.
Uncover security risks in your
Harden device with on-device runtime protection to prevent zero-day attacks
Define and enforce policies per device for ongoing network access
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Check Point IoT Protect Firmware Risk Assessment
When it comes to firmware security, the risks are numerous – from 3rd party supply-chain components, to outdated firmware to state-sponsored backdoors and other vulnerabilities.
As a first step to offering IoT devices that are secure out-of-the-box, IoT manufacturers need to understand their firmware’s real-time security posture so they can identify any gaps and fix them.
Sign up for a free automated firmware risk assessment to uncover the inherent risks in your device, and obtain a comprehensive report that includes quick mitigation steps.
Revolutionary IoT Protect Nano Agent provides on-device runtime protection enabling connected devices with built-in firmware security.
Based on cutting edge control flow integrity (CFI) technology, the lightweight Check Point IoT Protect Nano Agent allows you to fend off the most sophisticated device attacks, including shell injections, memory corruption, control flow hijacking and even zero-day firmware vulnerabilities that have yet to be discovered.
Define and Enforce Policies for Devices Secured by the IoT Protect Nano Agent
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