IoT Penetration Test
Businesses are rapidly adopting IoT to gain the maximum benefit from the technology but they fail to realize that they are connecting “things” to the internet and opening them to the attackers as most of the devices were not designed with the security.
IoT Penetration Test
IoT devices has made many business critical task easier but most of the IoT devices does not comes or comes with very minimal security configuration and this attracts adversaries. IoT devices does not designed with cyber security in mind, developers focus on IoT device’s functionality but when it comes to security, developers do not understand or their understanding related to security is very minimal.
Keeping insecure devices into organizational network may cost business their brand value, operations, and may invite regulatory fines.
Process of IoT Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing
IoT are not limited to device it self, it includes IoT Field gateways, applications, servers, DBs etc.
We at Aristi have in-depth knowledge and understanding about the IoT devices and their supporting technologies. Our team have sound knowledge, understanding and experience working with IoT back end technologies.
This method includes identification of publicly available information about corporate network. Several Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) methods such as google search, shodan search are utilized to get the target system data and other critical and important information.
Using the information collected during the first methods and vulnerability scanning, penetration testers identify security vulnerabilities which can be exploited by the attackers to take control over the corporate network.
After identifying all the security loopholes, It’s time for penetration testers to verify weather the discovered vulnerabilities actually exists or it’s just a false positive. The exploitation technique offensive in nature and it may harm the corporate network. Our team of security researchers and ethical hackers take care that they do not cause any harm during the process.
After completing the vulnerability assessment and penetration test, it’s time for writing the detailed reports with corrective actions. All identified security loopholes with corrective methods are mentioned in the report with the proof of concept (PoC) so that your IT team can reproduce all the vulnerabilities and can fix them.