Dojo by BullGuard, a supplier of the Internet of Things (IoT) for Communication Service Provider (CSP), launched a Dojo intelligent IoT Vulnerability Scanner. Dojo intelligent scanner is designed as a free application that is easy to use for clients. It is supported by Dojo IoT Security Intelligent Platform (DIP), a comprehensive CSP level network security solution.
The Dojo IoT Vulnerability Scanner is the first kind of vulnerability scanner and the only CSP-grade solution capable of actively scanning the home network and assessing the vulnerability of each device connected to the home’s Wi-Fi network. The scanner can offer valuable information about security demands and device vulnerability for millions of individual subscribers.
According to Strategy Analytics, the IoT market develops fast, the cost of smart home service and system is expected to reach 158 billion dollars (135.07 billion euros) by 2020. Although consumers have realized a lot of connected devices will bring network security risk, 80 percent of them prefer a supplier to manage the digital demand.
Dojo IoT Vulnerability Scanner allows CSP to access the important data such as what type of device users is used in their home network. These data enable CSP to offer value-add service for personal users and sure the better ability of insight and preventing global vulnerabilities.
Yossi Atias, IoT Security at BullGuard, said: “IoT brings obvious advantage to CSP. CSPs understand deeply about the devices that users are used most to offer flexible business-level security to consumers.”