Asset intelligence refers to a deep and broad collection of details associated with IoT assets deployed in an enterprise environment.
Asset inventory is a challenge for most organizations, and connected devices can be difficult to discover when they fall under different operational owners.
Building Automation Systems (BAS) automatically centralize control of a building's operations for increased efficiency and security.
Inventory Management is continuous in healthcare and incorporating real time information about devices into CMDB systems is paramount.
CMMS systems are found in manufacturing, healthcare, construction, transportation, and other industries where physical infrastructure is critical.
CVE stands for Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures. When a CVE is found, software companies release patches so users can repair the vulnerability.
Device utilization refers to how, how often, and by whom, connected devices are used in an organization.
Device visibility refers to visibility into the traffic, devices, and behaviors in enterprise IT networks that are continually connecting more IoT devices.
IoMT is the inventory, visibility, and control of devices that are internet-connected to enable the exchange or collection of data.
For many organizations, asset management is performed as a periodic audit, which can lead to gaps in visibility when IoT devices are missed during an audit.
IoT security is the inventory, visibility, and control of devices that are internet-connected to enable the exchange or collection of data.
Medical device security refers to tools and practices that prevent attackers from gaining unauthorized access to medical devices and the data they generate.
Microsegmentation is the concept of segmenting IoT devices to a fine-grained level, so minimal communication is required for proper operation and management.
Network access control prevents unauthorized devices from joining a network, and identifies existing devices on a network.
Network segmentation is an important part of a zero trust network, in which every device must be granted permission to access a network.
The NIST Cybersecurity Framework provides the foundation for modern cybersecurity programs and controls.
Vulnerability management includes asset discovery, monitoring, mitigation, remediation and defense tactics to protect an organization's IT network and devices.