IoT Security Assessment

Securing the connected world.

We are at the front line of IoT security research & proud owners of expliot.io. We understand the IoT ecosystem inside out. In the last 8+ years, Payatu has performed, security assessment of 100+ IoT product ecosystems.

Extensive/comprehensive testing of all aspects of IoT

  • Physical

    I2C, SPI, UART, GPIO

  • Radio

    Wifi, Bluetooth, GSM, GPRS, GPS (susceptible to radio-based attacks)

  • Remote

    Web application, Web Service, Mobile Application, and Cloud Infrastructure from the Internet.

We have identified eight critical elements of the IoT product ecosystem that needs to be cover during the security assessment/audit process

Our Methodology

Our methodology takes into consideration the industry-wide projects looking at the most commonly vulnerable areas of the application deployments, considering the OWASP top 10 and Web Application Security Consortium.

  • Initial Reconnaissance
  • Meeting with Developer/SME
  • Attack Surface Identification
  • Threat Modeling
  • Protocol Endpoints
  • Cloud Pentest
  • Mobile App Pentest
  • Firmware RE + Vulnerability Analysis
  • Fuzzing Protocol Endpoints
  • Hardware vulnerability analysis
  • Reporting
  • Mitigation Proposal

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23/11/2020
surendra

Strengthening Cybersecurity in a Remote Work Environment

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IoT Security - Part 18 (101 - Hardware Attack Surface: JTAG, SWD)

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All News ›  Latest News

Webinar, Online
27-November-2020

Munawwar Hussain Shelia will be giving a talk on “The Art & Craft of writing ARM shellcode”.

Talk, Online
26-November-2020

Asmita Jha will be giving a talk on “Secure IoT product development with an understanding of the attacker’s perspective” at Nullcon Masterclass for Developers

Virtual Event
18-November-2020

Munawwar Hussain Shelia will be speaking at HITB Cyber Week on the topic Writing Bare-Metal ARM Shellcode