Enterprises are delivering new experiences and driving smarter operations with connected devices. Enterprises that embrace this transformative technology accelerate responsiveness to new insights, capture new monetization opportunities, and future-ready their organization.
Enterprise Connected Devices
Enterprise connected device firmware typically integrates and stitches together many open-source software (OSS) projects—sometimes upwards of 300!—which means the firmware contains not only the manufacturers bugs, but all the bugs that are in open, third-party components. Not every connected device will be operating the latest and greatest code from the manufacturer; a zero-day mitigation strategy is critical to maintaining a device’s trustworthiness.
CISA'S Top Routinely Exploited CWE in 2020
Hackers Prefer Enterprise Connected Devices
Deeper, Disturbing Trend
Zero-Day Price Sheet
Are you Protected from Cyberattacks?
The rogue authoritarian regime, North Korea, has used cybercrimes to evade sanctions. Cyberattacks accounted for an estimated 2.77% of the country’s GDP in 2019. The regime raised $2,000,000,000 from cyberattacks for 2016 and 2019, according to a United Nations Security Council Sanctions Committee report.
Global cybercrimes are estimated to reach $6,000,000,000,000 ($6T) by the end of 2021, this greater than the global illicit drug crime market. Cybercrime is expected to continue to grow 15% annually, reaching $10,000,000,000,000 ($10T) by 2025. The average NFL player’s salary is $860,000. In contrast, a cybercriminal with little risk of head injuries, can earn a $2,000,000 salary.