What are you looking for?
- Quickly find security flaws in connected devices with intuitive UI
- Integrate security testing into CI/CD pipeline with complete REST API management
- Discover unknown network stack and chipset weaknesses with protocol fuzzing
- Harden security with comprehensive vulnerability assessment
- Broaden scope with testing for consumer, healthcare, automotive, and other connected devices
- Validate Wi-Fi, cellular, Ethernet, CAN bus, Bluetooth, and BLE connected devices
Comprehensive, Automated Security Testing for the Internet of Things
Comprehensive IoT security validation is just a few clicks away. With the IoT Security Assessment, you can validate virtually any connected device against a broad range of known and unknown attacks to ensure cybersecurity compliance before leaving the development or test lab.
Don't settle for less. Backed by Keysight's Application and Threat Intelligence Research Center, you can choose from a full array of attacks and TTPs. Plus, with robust assessment reports, you get a complete picture that includes risk scores, CVSS scores, and vectors — as well as remediation recommendations to fix whatever vulnerabilities you find.
There are Billions of Connected Devices. Most Aren't Secure.
Internet of Things (IoT) devices are becoming so ubiquitous that they fade into the background. But what happens when threat actors find vulnerabilities in those devices? With traditional IT devices, security updates can be applied on the fly. But once IoT devices with fixed firmware are deployed, it is often not possible to fix problems.
Because of the difficulty in patching devices once deployed, it is critical to thoroughly test the security and resilience of IoT devices before deployment, with the attacks and techniques that hackers use in the wild.
Trusted Across Multiple Industries
Protect Components, Systems, and The People Behind the Wheel
In today’s vehicles, faster and better connectivity enables a host of new possibilities. Turning these ideas into reality depends on a host of connected components and millions of lines of software code. However, with every new feature you add, you risk exposing your vehicle to a myriad of potential risks.
Proactive prevention starts with cybersecurity. With Keysight, you can find and fix potential weak spots before they can be exploited by hackers.
Secure the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)
Demand for better, faster, and more reliable medical services is on the rise. IoMT devices promise to meet that demand, and are helping to dramatically reshape medical treatment, services, and patient outcomes. However, as IoMT’s role in healthcare grows, cybersecurity threats become all the more salient.
When the stakes are this high, you can't leave anything to chance. That's why manufacturers and healthcare providers alike trust Keysight to make sure their devices can be trusted when it matters most.
Take Control of Cybersecurity for IC, OT, and SCADA Systems
Once upon a time, integrating industrial control (IC) systems onto enterprise networks would have been unheard of. But in a world where just about everything is connected to the internet, operational technology (OT) and SCADA systems pose significant cybersecurity risks. Largely built on legacy technologies, these devices are easy targets for attackers, since they often haven't been tested against common exploits.
Don't wait for attackers to find their way in. With the IoT Security Assessment, you can take matters into your own hands and harden critical devices against a full array of popular and emerging TTPs.
Go From "Mission Critical" to "Mission Accomplished"
A more connected world that integrates cloud, IoT, and advanced wireless communications invites new kinds of threats. Cybersecurity is no longer just about protecting equipment and borders. Attackers aren't just looking at networks and data centers, they're taking aim at security gaps in aircraft, sensors, drones, and satellites.
Assessing your security readiness has never been more important. That's why governments and contractors alike trust Keysight to fortify connected components, devices, and full-scale assemblies.
Plug IoT Security Validation Into Your CI/CD Process
To ensure resiliency and security in deployed IoT devices, development organizations need to embrace continuous security validation in their CI/CD pipelines.
Keysight's IoT Security Assessment solution is API-driven, externally and internally. This means that it is easy to plug in existing and third-party modules. So, if you already have test scripts, just plug them in and keep using them–all controlled by the same API as the rest of the IoT Security Assessments.
Discover Hidden Communication Flaws with Protocol Fuzzing
Vulnerabilities can lurk deep in communication chipsets, evading detection by traditional vulnerability assessment tools. It takes thorough, intelligent probing of network stacks to find the flaws that can cripple a device with a single packet. These flaws can impact any networking medium, including Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy, and CAN bus.
Keysight’s patent-pending intelligent fuzzing engine seeks out hidden flaws in communication stacks. Our software has already been used to find and publish dozens of CVEs impacting over a billion devices and includes a feature to enable quick replay of lethal packet sequences it discovers.
Leverage Industry-Leading Application and Threat Intelligence
From low-level protocol fuzzing to upper-layer attacks, exhaustive device testing must be conducted using the most relevant, up-to-date attacks available. Keysight IoT Security Assessment builds on 20+ years of leadership in network security testing to reveal security exposures across any network technology.
The ongoing research from our Application and Threat Intelligence (ATI) Research Center ensures regular updates, so you have access to the latest protocol fuzzing and attack techniques.
Take on OWASP Top 10
OWASP has compiled a list of the top 10 vulnerability types common to IoT devices, and Keysight’s IoT Security Assessment solves 9 of those – everything but physical hardening. So while you’ll have to lock the door yourself, Keysight’s IoT Security Assessment will assess:
- Use of Insecure or outdated components
- Insufficient privacy protection
- Insecure data transfer and storage
- Lack of device management
- Secure default settings
- Weak, easy to guess, or hardcoded passwords
- Insecure network services
- Insecure ecosystem interfaces
- Lack of secure update mechanisms