Safety & Security
and security connected devices
The security challenge for physical safety and security devices
Security cameras, alarm systems, access control readers, entrance gates and many more connected safety and security systems all greatly increase the exposure to security threats and the risk of cyberattacks. Vulnerabilities in seemingly low-risk devices may end up compromising critical security processes, even posing immediate physical threats. Vdoo research shows that 90% of analyzed cameras can be hijacked through command injection or memory corruption attacks, and fire alarms can be rendered useless from afar with similar techniques. So if simple hacks can end up disabling entire security systems, how do you protect people’s safety?
Strategic imperative for the entire physical security ecosystem
The recent proliferation in the number of vulnerabilities and offensive activities related to safety and security equipment has pushed both customers and regulatory agencies to rapidly increase their demands for improved security. At the same time, it has significantly increased security-related business, reputation and financial risks. As a result, safety and security device manufacturers, vendors and service providers need to address this strategic imperative by quickly scaling up their product security capabilities across all business units and product lines.
Achieving optimal security for connected safety and security products
This is where Vdoo comes in with the only automated device security platform that covers the entire safety and security device lifecycle – from design, development and testing to deployment and maintenance. Our Integrated Device Security Platform is designed to rapidly scale across multiple business units and product lines, providing everything companies need to secure their connected products including interconnected capabilities such as security analysis, gap resolution, compliance validation, embedded protection, operations monitoring and actionable insights. The platform addresses both known and unknown vulnerabilities for first- and third-party components to ensure maximum security across complex supply chains where access to the source code is often not possible.