Even though we aren’t in Vegas for Black Hat, you’re still a winner!

We’ll help you win in IoT Security!

You’ll be able to discover and classify every unmanaged and IoT device, profile device behavior, and then proactively secure each device through dynamic policy generation. Organizations win with Ordr because we bring unknown devices into compliance, assess risks, and automate response.

Ready to get your devices in Ordr?

Are you worried about Ripple20 vulnerabilities? Organizations are now scrambling to assess their exposure by identifying any vulnerable assets in their inventory, and then respond by either patching or implementing compensating controls to protect at-risk devices.

Ordr now offers a solution for organizations to detect and mitigate risks from Ripple20 vulnerabilities. Ordr Systems Control Engine (SCE) can:

  • Identify vulnerable assets impacted by Ripple20 via our new Ripple20 scanner
  • Passively identify devices that are vulnerable to Ripple20 through device classification comparisons with known vulnerable device lists
  • Detect active exploitation of Ripple20 using our built-in intrusion detection engine
  • Proactively protect devices from Ripple20 attacks by dynamically generating policies and enforcing them on network devices or next-generation firewalls.

Review our Security Bulletin below!

Let Ordr show you where your Ripple20 Vulnerabilities are

Book a Meeting with our CSO

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While we don’t have the opportunity to meet face-to-face, you can still grab a coffee with our CSO (virtually, of course)

He is on standby to discuss IoT device security, Ripple20, and more!

About Jeff Horne

Jeff Horne is currently the CSO at Ordr where he is responsible for security direction both within Ordr products and internal security. Jeff is well known for his insight in interviews for numerous news channels and publications, speaking roles at various security conferences, as well as authoring several vulnerability disclosures and patents. Jeff currently sits on the Black Hat Advisory Board

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