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IoT Device Security Made Simple
Ordr has the most comprehensive integrations in the market. Learn how we extend IoT context, enforce policies and address vulnerabilities with key solutions
Secure all connected devices --- from traditional devices like workstations, servers, PCs and tablets to newer and more vulnerable loT, IoMT and OT devices, in any industry and for a wide range of use cases.
Ensure protection of medical and PII data by defending the systems and mobile devices that contain it.
Secure devices you use in your business or manufacturing process to develop life-changing drugs, food or beauty products.
Protect IoT and unmanaged devices like building automation systems, communication devices, and cameras from being compromised.
Leave no device unprotected in public information, health and safety, and defense systems.
Manufacturing systems and devices traditionally have been challenging to defend. Not any more.
Defend devices in solutions including loss prevention, warehouse, merchandising, and POS solutions.
Discover connected device security resources to get a deeper understanding of how Ordr can help you secure and manage traditional, IoT, IoMT, or OT devices.
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Ordr has been named a CyberTech 2021 for pioneering efforts in helping financial institutions combat cyber threats and fraud
The University Hospitals of North Midlands (UHNM) NHS Trust turned to Ordr to secure everything from PCs to CT scanners