Safety for Smart Devices

Are your connected devices secure?

There is a lot to understand about the differences between attempts and hacks in the world of forced IoT (Internet of Things), especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Not only have attempted attacks increased since the onset of the pandemic, they have remained relatively consistent.

This white paper suggests several strategies for addressing this issue by strengthening IoT security.

  • Trouble arises for IoT devices, because much of the pre-written code is developed and shared by individuals without the formal testing processes that code generated by businesses have.
  • Dellfer protects all types of IoT devices—from the thousands that are used in cars to those that help run factories.
  • Dellfer essentially takes a fingerprint of the good software that manufacturers use for an IoT device then sets up detection mechanisms that trigger defenses if any changes appear.

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