What is IoT Asset Tracking?
IoT asset management refers to the tracking and management of individual network-connected assets via a sensor(s) that use deep packet inspection (DPI) to capture and report detailed asset information such as make, classification, location, operating system, serial number, application/port usage, and more.
For many organizations, asset management is performed as a periodic, point-in-time audit.
This can lead to gaps in visibility when connected devices are missed, or are offline, during an audit, or if there are significant changes between scans. These gaps can mean organizations are often exposed for weeks or even months before a problem is identified.
Ordr ensures that What is an asset inventory? An organization performs an asse... More and management is a continuous process. Ordr delivers visibility and security of all connected devices — from traditional servers, workstations and PCs to IoT, What is IoMT? The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is the n... More and OT devices. Ordr discovers what devices are in the network, profiles device behavior and risks, and then automates appropriate action.