Sternum provides unparalleled protection for smart cities, combined with the most advanced observability capabilities. Sternum covers the entire industrial IoT device lifecycle – from design, development and testing to deployment and maintenance.Contact Sales
Traffic jams sprawl for miles. Power and water go to waste. Vital city services don’t run efficiently. But all these challenges and more are being solved via smart, connected devices. Urban IoT is transforming cityscapes, gaining traction each year, yet the very same connectivity promising major benefits also poses serious cyber risks.
Smart cities present an enticing attack surface for hackers to exploit. The sheer variety of IoT devices and applications, combined with their need to integrate with existing legacy systems, complicates any security efforts. There are simply too many potential vulnerabilities to ever hope to patch.
Due to the critical nature of urban infrastructure, cybersecurity for smart cities must preserve functionality of these systems at all times. The continuous patching of vulnerabilities is not sustainable, because even if just one vulnerability gets through it could cause downtime for crucial services, inflicting serious damage.
Sternum operates without adding any additional hardware, while working on any existing hardware. It seamlessly integrates with any operating system and development process, working within the device's computational and energy limitations.
The platform addresses both known and unknown vulnerabilities, including third-party components, to ensure maximum security across complex supply chains where access to the source code is often not possible.Learn how Sternum works >>
Gain complete visibility by monitoring and analyzing events in your device or across an entire fleet, from the first line of code and until post-deployment maintenance.
Diagnose software bugs and vulnerabilities by using instrumentation, to pinpoint flaws, gain dynamic profiling and analysis of the software, including third-party code.Learn about Sternum observability >>