Wireless network security assessment
Detect and monitor every wireless and wired device in and around your organization to mitigate the risk of rogue devices
Protect what you can't see
The proliferation of connected devices provides hackers with the perfect entry point to infiltrate your network. Rogue access points can be used to trick your employees into joining bogus Wi-Fi networks, and IoT devices can be used as botnets for DDoS attacks. The lack of wireless network transparency is leaving security and network teams in the dark and preventing organizations from meeting compliance.
With Outpost24 Pulse, you can track every wired, wireless and Bluetooth device with ease - automatically discover devices in the range to build a baseline, and continuously monitor these access points to spot malicious behaviors and alerting you to potential security issues.
Discover and categorize every device on your wireless network automatically, and fingerprint them for tracking and security monitoring
Introducing the IoT security gap
What is it? How do you address it? It's tough to define in just a sentence. You'll find the answer in our ebook, along with information about:
- Why IoT security threats are so tough to tackle
- How security professionals view the IoT gap
- Why the gap matters to your business, including a review of the consequences
- Requirements for closing the gap
“It costs less to secure our patient data (PHI) and medical device networks than it costs for monthly site cable service, and the return is total protection of that site and vision of that site’s network. Before, we had nothing in place that could actually do that.”
Rogue access points or evil twin networks are fraudulent WiFi access points that appear to be legitimate. These bogus networks can be used to trick unsuspecting users, steal their password, monitor their connections or to launch phishing campaigns
Sniffing occurs when a rogue device is connected to your network. Any network packet having information in plain text can be intercepted and read by the attackers. The sniffer can sit there undetected for a long time and spy on the network unknowningly
Keyloggers plug into the keyboard connection and can store keystrokes entered on a compromised machine. Criminals connect remotely with an unauthorized device via WiFi or Bluetooth can exfiltrate these keystrokes to discern passwords and other sensitive data.
Discover what's lurking in your network
Visibility into all devices
Classification of devices
Understand system context
Monitor device behavior
Prevent business disruption
WIFI security, safe internet connection