Connected devices have become the critical core of Homeland Security, being used in everything from police, fire, ambulance, and emergency management to biometrics, gunshot detection, border control and even how much oxygen is left in a firefighter’s tank.
Were this data to be interfered with, the consequences would be extreme. Billions of people rely on the security of this data every day of their lives, not knowing it until something goes wrong.
Unfortunately, homeland security is one of the areas most threatened by cyber attack and to compound things, IoT devices are most vulnerable to malicious cyber attack due to their design being prioritized around effective functioning and less around security.
If malicious actors such as terrorists or foreign governments hacked city sensors in place to detect fires for example, they could literally shut down entire cities.
IXDen is used by the Homeland Security Industry to protect the most important layer – the data itself, at its source.
IXDen ensures the integrity of the data coming from the IoT devices and industrial sensors, ensuring that the entire system functions effectively, and that the threat of cyber attack is prevented.