802 Secure's New Wireless IT and IoT Security Solution to Make Remote Office Working Secure

802 Secure | May 13, 2020

  • 802 Secure, an industry-leading provider of Wireless IT and IoT Security solutions today announced it has released a solution to help protect the remote office worker.

  • IoT enablement brings about new risks and threats. It is projected that we will have 40 billion wireless devices deployed by 2023 making wireless.

  • 802 provides real-time visibility into the home network, corporate assets and other connected devices.


802 Secure, an industry-leading provider of Wireless IT and IoT Security solutions today announced it has released a solution to help protect the remote office worker from the challenges of the evolving cyber threats of wireless security blind spots that are not detected by current technologies already in place.

IoT enablement brings about new risks and threats.  It is projected that we will have 40 billion wireless devices deployed by 2023 making wireless the new network and new attack surface.  Wireless devices in the smart home include cameras, TVs, smart appliances, wireless thermostats, smart watches, printers, smart cars, solar and USB thumb drives to name a few smart things.  These devices have created a new attack surface which hackers see as low hanging fruit to exploit.

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In order for enterprises to stay ahead of this new threat vector, including 5G connectivity, 802 provides real-time visibility into the home network, corporate assets and other connected devices that are vulnerable to attack, detecting advanced threats such as rogue cellular towers - helping to eliminate the security blind spot and reducing business risks.

 

As organizations strive to reduce the business risk from remote workers, 802 Secure continues to focus on detecting and assessing unmanaged, unsecured and misconfigured IT and IoT devices within the home environment to reduce exposure states,

Garry Drummond, 802 CEO.



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About 802 Secure, Inc

802 Secure is a global provider and leading technology provider of next generation wireless security threat monitoring and surveillance providing comprehensive real-time visibility into both wireless IT and IoT security risks through passive monitoring of the WiFi and Cellular airwaves.

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Although these are still early days in IoT deployments, the benefits of fog computing are already coming into focus. As deployment scale goes up, so too does the amount of data captured and the volume can quickly become overwhelming. Depending on the scale, running security, local analytics and data optimization closer to the sensors can be beneficial.


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Eseye | May 21, 2022

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DED BY | July 04, 2022

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