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Zero Trust security for connected devices, critical information systems, and integrated IoT networks.
Smart, connected devices are already an integral part of our lives. From smart homes that adapt to our daily rhythms, to interconnected industries improving efficiency, the Internet of Things (IoT) is revolutionizing our world. Yet, for all its marvel, the rapidly evolving IoT landscape comes with its share of security pitfalls. With an ever-expanding mesh of devices, the surface area for potential attacks has grown exponentially. This is further compounded by a diverse device landscape, inconsistent set of security protocols, inherent vulnerabilities, and lack of updates.
Recognizing these challenges, Block Armour is stepping up to address this need with IoT Armour - an advanced Zero Trust cybersecurity solution for connected devices, critical information systems, and integrated IoT networks. The solution is powered by Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) architecture and private Blockchain technology and is aligned with the NIST Zero Trust framework.
The award-winning solution embraces the Zero Trust principle of 'Never trust, always verify' and harnesses Blockchain digital signatures - not just IP addresses - to identify, authenticate and authorize all devices. This makes it well suited for today’s distributed and hybrid enterprise-IT ecosystems as well as modern IoT-powered smart city, Industry 4.0 and 5G security use cases. All communications is secured using 4096-bit RSA encryption.
.. for users, connected devices and central servers/services.
.. with micro segmentation and fine-grain access control.
.. between connected devices and IoT systems.
.. stored securely on the Blockchain for instant analysis.
Zero Trust security for critical systems, connected IoT devices, and integrated smart city networks
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Block Armour solutions utilize Blockchain-based digital signatures to identify, authenticate and authorize devices, thus making it well suited for smart city, and wide-area networks like 5G and satellite network security use cases.