Internet of things security assessment

With the arrival of the Internet of Things (IoT),

Businesses today are seeing unprecedented ease of communication among the components of the complete infrastructure, including the network, applications, services, gateways, and most importantly, the physical devices, or the “things” in general. The IoT has given new businesses value and innumerable other benefits, along with a huge “playground for hackers”

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Why IoT “must” be secured.

While using the IoT to the maximum benefit, organisations fail to realise that they are connecting “things”, many of which were never designed with security in mind because their purpose did not need it. IoT provides ease of connectivity, thus providing different attack surfaces to hackers within the system. At times, the network finds it difficult to identify all the devices that are connected in the IoT system, and the devices that are communicating, thus giving easy access to the system. With the increase in the endpoints within this system, there is an exponential increase in the amount of confidential data flowing within the system. This is reason enough to realise the value of this information and the necessity for the security of an IoT infrastructure.

How can Baseel help?

Baseel’s comprehensive IoT Security Service lets you focus on building your product your way and takes care of the security of the complete IoT ecosystem in a holistic way. From design to lifecycle management, from superficial automated testing to in-depth manual assessments, and from endpoints to networks to the cloud, we have you covered. What makes us different is our approach in which the customer’s pressures are kept in mind, and delivering our services such that the time of delivery is not at all hampered.

Baseel accredited with certifications such as CERT-in and ISO 27001. CERT-in enables to certify the security audits for Government, the BFSI customers. Baseel provides testing and reporting to support application security compliance against PCI, HIPAA, SOC type 1 and type 2 and other regulatory requirements. Baseel can customise scanning reporting templates to support internal standards and other regulatory requirements.



Vulnerability identification in your system along with the knowledge of major areas of exploitation is critical. However what is more important is to convey all this information in a simple and concise way. This report includes all the information of the security controls assessed in the scope as well as an analysis of the areas that need to be checked for achieving the required amount of security.

The report is systematically designed into two parts: the high-level management report—which is suitable for the understanding of management personnel—and the low-level report, which delivers an in-depth technical document for the technical staff to understand the underlying risks. The report also recommends and provides preventive countermeasures.

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