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In-Store & Supply Chain IoT Security

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What is In-Store & Supply Chain IoT Security?

These companies offer solutions that monitor and manage a system of devices connected to the internet (e.g., store beacons, price scanners, point-of-sale systems, etc., known as the Internet of Things) to prevent and respond to attacks.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for In-Store & Supply Chain IoT Security. These companies include Armis and ForeScout Technologies.

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Armis

United States / Founded Year: 2015

Armis is a cybersecurity platform for IoT devices. It protects both managed devices, such as laptops and smartphones, and unmanaged devices, such as smart TVs, webcams, printers, HVAC systems, industrial robots, and medical devices.

Known Partners

Kroll, TXT e-solutions, Nuvolo, and 2 more

Known Customers

Cisco

Key People

Yevgeny Dibrov, Jeff Williams, Jonathan Carr, and 2 more

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ForeScout Technologies

United States / Founded Year: 2000

Forescout Technologies delivers device visibility and control to enable enterprises and government agencies to gain complete situational awareness of their environment and orchestrate action.

Known Partners

Tanium, BT Group, Arista Networks, and 1 more

Key People

Dror Comay, Wael Mohamed, Michael DeCesare, and 2 more

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for In-Store & Supply Chain IoT Security. These companies include CyberX and Keyfactor.

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CyberX

United States / Founded Year: 2013

CyberX is a unique product designed specifically for Industrial Internet networks. CyberX offers a platform for continuously reducing IIoT and ICS risk and preventing costly production outages, safety failures, environmental incidents, and theft of sensitive intellectual property.On June 22nd, 2020, CyberX was acquired by Microsoft. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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Keyfactor

United States / Founded Year: 2001

Keyfactor is a cyber security company that builds and supports platforms to enable secure commerce for global businesses connected to the Internet.

Key People

Kevin Keyserling, Jordan Rackie, Ted Shorter, and 2 more

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for In-Store & Supply Chain IoT Security. These companies include Axonius and Censys.

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Axonius

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Axonius provides security policy enforcement for all assets and users by aggregating existing business data from management and security The platform encompasses traditional endpoint and data center devices as well as IoT devices; improving an organization's security and operational posture. Axonius allows IT and security operations teams to safely enable device adoption and usage at scale.

Known Partners

Netpoleon, Remediant

Key People

Dean Sysman, Amir Ofek, Jerry Raphael, and 2 more

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Censys

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Censys provides data-driven security used by researchers, corporations, and governments to find and analyze every device connected to the internet. Censys gives organizations the visibility to fight threats by continuously analyzing real-time internet data.

Key People

Brian Kelly, David Corcoran, David Adrian, and 2 more

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for In-Store & Supply Chain IoT Security. These companies include VDOO and Sepio Systems.

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VDOO

Israel / Founded Year: 2017

VDOO offers security solutions for IoT devices. VDOO enables the cyber-security certification of manufacturers and devices, as well as post-deployment security for these devices. It enables an easier pre-release security implementation process for IoT makers by providing an end-to-end platform that can identify the device's existing and missing security measures.On June 29th, 2021, VDOO was acquired by JFrog at an approximate valuation of $300M.

Known Partners

Dai Nippon Printing

Known Customers

Yocto Project

Key People

Netanel Davidi, Uri Alter, Ohad Shamian, and 1 more

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Sepio Systems

United States / Founded Year: 2016

Sepio Systems helps organizations protect themselves against the use of malicious peripheral devices as attack vehicles.

Key People

Bentsi Ben-Atar, Yossi Appleboum, Iftah Bratspiess, and 1 more

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Ordr

United States / Founded Year: 2015

Ordr autonomously identifies, regulates, and protects local networks by classifying attached systems and applying traffic flow and access policies accordingly. It taps machine learning algorithms and data analytics to build a baseline understanding of devices' behavior and flag suspicious events in real time.

Key People

Pandian Gnanaprakasam, Sheausong Yang, Greg Murphy, and 2 more

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Finite State

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Finite State gives cyber defenders a tactical advantage by identifying the devices running on the network and proactively analyzing firmware buried inside the IoT devices for hidden vulnerabilities. With this insight, Finite State helps healthcare organizations understand and mitigate risks, detect advanced threats, and respond to attacks.

Known Partners

Veracode

Key People

David Harvilicz, Matt Wyckhouse, Christopher Ritchie, and 2 more

What is In-Store & Supply Chain IoT Security?

These companies offer solutions that monitor and manage a system of devices connected to the internet (e.g., store beacons, price scanners, point-of-sale systems, etc., known as the Internet of Things) to prevent and respond to attacks.

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