Discover the #AtosCybersecurityMag: What is the future of IoT and OT security?
Security for Internet of Things
As our cities, critical infrastructure, healthcare services, manufacturing, transportation, agriculture, retail, and homes digitally transform into SmartCity, SmartGrid, SmartHealth, SmartFarm, SmartFactory, SmartCar, SmartHome and more, we rely Internet of Things (IoT) devices to bring ease of deployment and management, user convenience and innovation to all of these transformations.
Cybersecurity inherently becomes something requiring management through innovative and technical approaches to protect enterprise infrastructure and business applications.
Atos addresses this widening cybersecurity threat landscape through our IDnomic for Objects solution, a trusted end-to-end security management platform.
Strenghten your IoT security with our products
With its wide-ranging technology expertise and its R&D centers in France and Germany, Atos supports its customers through their ‘digital transformation’, so they can entirely benefit from it while managing the risks involved at the same time. Discover how our products can help you secure your business.
Choosing Atos for our security solutions
Easily manage multiple device protocols with the IDnomic for Objects enrollment portal to streamline secure deployment and management
Address rapidly changing security landscape in newer technologies and drive your Operational Technology (OT) security control integration and management
Gain actionable and timely security intelligence, improve your security threatscape visibility, and respond in real-time to security threats
Discover how we can support your business with dedicated and tailored offers for your IoT activity.
By allowing the physical world to be attached to the world of information, the Internet of Things (IoT) opens the door to the development of countless services both inside companies and for their clients.
To secure environments that are not inherently secured is not always easy and does not start by just adding security controls. It is about prioritizing the most critical processes, systems and potential sources of attacks or vulnerabilities. Security is about identifying, managing and setting up a strategy.