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Last modification: 1-07-2019 / 10:18 am GMT+01:00 1 © 2019 Irdeto. All Rights Reserved. Datasheet CYBER SERVICES FOR CONNECTED INDUSTRIES 24/7 monitoring and response to thwart threats to connected industries It is estimated that there will be an installed base of 26 billion IoT devices in 2019. The connected industries alone are expected to grow purpose-built IoT devices from the current estimate of 7B to more than 20B by 2025. With such a massive change to century-old industries, manufacturers and other organizations must act with the utmost urgency to understand and enhance their operations in order to deal with new security threats brought on by the connectivity. Professional cybercriminals are already exploiting the increased online access to devices in multiple IoT segments and causing significant harm to both consumers and organizations. In fact, it has reached the point where cybercrime is now more profitable than the global drug trade. This professionalism is not only demonstrated in the stolen value, but also in the maturity of services being offered by cybercriminals. In just a few clicks, complete Crime-as-a-Service subscription models including SLAs are available on the Darknet. Ordering a disruptive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack has never been easier. Malware and ransomware developers even offer comprehensive management dashboards to show the effectiveness of an attack. The connected industries have become irresistible targets for cybercriminals, with ransomware and malware being popular monetization strategies. DevSecOps teams must be proactive and must have experienced partners to help them defend against the threats. One of the most critical defense elements is being able to monitor IoT devices and controllers in real time, immediately identify attack attempts and take the appropriate responses in order to neutralize threats. Cloakware® Cybersecurity Services is part of the Irdeto Cybersecurity Service offering, which can help with the following: • Security assessments and penetration testing, including innovative and economical 'whitebox' threat risk assessments. • Cyber incident planning and response. • Policy-driven security telemetry, including Trusted Telemetry hosting and analytics services. • Threat identification through establishing electronic identities, ongoing interactive monitoring of hacker forums and deep & dark web mining. • Cyber forensics and law enforcement support. • 24/7 monitoring in Irdeto Security Operations Center (SOC). Irdeto offers an extensive range of security services and has a dedicated global team of cybersecurity and computer forensic analysts, with years of law enforcement and legal experience. With experience across different industries, Irdeto has a successful cybersecurity services track record of protecting and advising customers.

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