IoT Penetration Testing
Our Internet of Things (IoT) penetration testing services find critical security vulnerabilities that could put your ATMs, automotive technology, medical devices, operational technology, and other embedded devices at risk of a cyber attack.
With IoT Growth, Comes Increased Security Concerns
From autonomous cars to smart home systems to connected manufacturing technology and beyond, the combined B2C and B2B IoT market is expected to reach 75 billion IoT devices by 2025, according to Cisco.
With the immense growth of IoT adoption over the past few years – and its anticipated growth in the next few – pentesting has become critical for companies that want to understand, assess, and improve the overall security and accountability of their IoT devices and systems.
NetSPI will identify security issues on relevant ATM systems and provide actionable recommendations for improving the security posture. During an ATM penetration test, we will identify security vulnerabilities commonly exploited by attackers and implement new tactics we’ve researched to stay ahead of adversaries.
The testing approach includes the assessment of thick client applications, hard drive encryption, kiosk escape, peripheral security, secure memory configuration, breach simulation, vulnerability enumeration, sensitive data and critical system access, physical security controls, peripheral firmware, and sensitive information storage.
NetSPI will identify security issues on relevant vehicles and provide recommendations to improve the security posture – at any stage of automotive development. NetSPI’s approach to identifying automotive vulnerabilities focuses on the individual components as well as how those components interact with each other and the outside world.
The testing approach includes the assessment of mobile applications, thick client applications, connected environments, internet connectivity, hardware, internal networks, sensor data, and containers and hypervisors.
When it comes to medical device innovation, cybersecurity is a critical component to maintaining patient health and safety. To help establish secure healthcare technology practices, our medical device penetration testing services combine threat modeling and penetration testing to determine whether medical devices meet or exceed the current standards and recommendations by the FDA Premarket Cybersecurity Guidelines.
The testing approach includes the analysis of firmware, hardware, wireless configuration, default failure, the network, thick client applications, mobile applications, sensor data, privacy/tracking, and potential health and safety issues.
NetSPI identifies industrial control system (ICS) vulnerabilities with a focus on the OT processes in a Defense in Depth strategy. We use an information gathering approach, working from packet capture, architecture review, and interviews to establish an both an asset inventory and better knowledge of your systems and processes.
The testing approach includes architecture review, passive asset inventory, active asset inventory, active network testing, programming review, main system hardening, thick client application testing, threat vectors, and attack simulation.
During an embedded penetration test, NetSPI looks for security vulnerabilities at all stages of embedded development that may affect each layer of the device. You’ll also gain actionable remediation recommendations from our expert consultants to improve you overall embedded device security posture.
NetSPI’s approach to identifying embedded system vulnerabilities is a multitiered penetration test across multiple disciplines, including firmware, tamper protection, hardware, reverse engineering, destructive testing, wireless configuration, principle of least privilege, thick client application pentesting, secure storage, and peripheral security.
IoT Security Resources
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