Tech companies are on the cutting-edge of implementing new and emerging technologies to operate more efficiently. This can be seen as organizations speed up SaaS adoption, collect new IT/OT assets and solutions, and embrace IoT technologies to drive business transformation. While this shift can help boost business efficiency, it also makes IT environments more complex. Paired with an expanding attack surface, this also increases risk for the organization and its customers.
Relying on so many technologies makes it difficult to identify all company assets, and understand which assets are managed, compliant, and secured. This is why cybersecurity asset management is more critical for technology companies than ever before.
The first step in identifying cyber risk is knowing your assets. What assets do you have? Where are those assets located? Are they secure? The challenge is that many technology companies have incomplete or outdated asset inventory lists. Where do you even start?
The Axonius Cybersecurity Asset Management Platform helps technology companies:
Software and IT service providers continue to be a common target for cyber attacks due to their access to intellectual property, customer data, and critical services they provide to customers. Many companies have turned to public and private cloud infrastructure to increase efficiency and productivity across the business. While this benefits the business, it also increases the attack surface area, opening up the organization to more diverse and advanced attacks.
It’s important that software and IT service providers have accurate asset visibility, both locally and in the cloud, to identify and protect themselves from new and emerging entry points and vulnerabilities across the entire network. Improved visibility protects the organization’s customers and their data by securing business and customer cloud services and products.
Axonius helps software and IT providers unify all of their devices — whether on-premise or multi-cloud environments — to understand where protections are missing and where vulnerabilities exist.Request A Demo
Telecommunications and wireless companies operate and implement critical infrastructure, making them a high-value target of cyber attacks. Telecom providers have recently faced increased regulatory pressure to protect sensitive data. One example is the NIS Directive in the EU, where telecom companies are held to taking measures to secure technical and organizational IT assets including having a full asset inventory (Article 40 of the EECC). However, the scope of telecom’s challenge makes accounting for and managing all assets difficult.
Axonius helps telecommunications and wireless companies unify all assets so they can better protect critical infrastructure and customer data by continuously surfacing where controls are missing.Request A Demo
Electronics manufacturing companies now rely heavily on automation to boost efficiency, cut costs, and generate revenue. The rise of automation has brought about a large increase in IoT, OT, and connected devices. But, 82 percent of electronics companies are deploying industrial IoT technologies without fully evaluating associated risks, and 91 percent don’t perform regular industrial IoT cybersecurity assessments, according to an IBM survey. While the interconnectedness of these systems increases automation and efficiency, it also creates more entry points for cyber attacks.
Axonius helps electronics and semiconductor manufacturers identify security coverage gaps in IT and OT assets in order to reduce overall cyber risk — regardless of where devices are located.REQUEST A DEMO
“We were able to quickly identify any device that didn’t adhere to our policy and were able to turn on alerts to know any time a device or user fell out of compliance.”
“Axonius is different from other solutions that we looked at. One, the technology was so simple to use and simple to implement. And second, the level of customer service is outstanding.”