Secure Your Smart City Infrastructure and Devices
Smart infrastructure brings opportunity – and exposure
SECURE SMART CITIES
Smart City initiatives including intelligent information and communication technology (ICT) and Internet of Things (IoT) platforms can provide many benefits such as reduced traffic congestion, reduced energy and water usage, reduced crime, and improved city services. Unfortunately, the devices used in Smart City initiatives are often insecure. They lack built-in security controls, they can’t easily receive software updates, and they can’t be seen or monitored by traditional security products.
Let Armis be your technology partner to help you secure your Smart City infrastructure and devices.
SEE EVERY DEVICE. EVERY RISK.
Armis is an agentless security platform that lets you see every device on or off your network – traffic sensors, cameras, lighting controls, or rogue devices. Traditional security solutions can’t do this. Armis’s platform –
- Generates a real-time inventory of all devices
- Assesses risks according to twelve different attributes
- Detects unauthorized network connections (policy violations)
DETECT ATTACKS ON SMART CITY DEVICES
Since most Smart City devices are highly vulnerable to attack, it is important to continuously monitor devices to detect compromises as quickly as possible. Traditional security tools can’t do this, but Armis’ agentless security platform is purpose-built for this function. Armis’ platform —
- Continuously, passively monitors device behavior
- Detects behavioral anomalies and compromised devices
- Stops cyber attacks from progressing
EASY TO DEPLOY AND MANAGE
Armis’ cloud-based solution is easy to setup. There are no agents to deploy, no hardware sensors to install. Armis’ platform leverages the infrastructure that you already have in place and requires no changes to your existing network. Armis’ threat detection engine includes built-in expert knowledge so your staff doesn’t need to become experts in IoT security.
Romanian hackers took over 123 surveillance cameras in Washington D.C. before the presidential inauguration in 2017. Don’t let your Smart City be the next victim!