1. Managed Devices. Corporate-owned PCs, laptops, mobile devices and infrastructure components require management agents, allowing IT staff to discover, maintain and control them.
2. Unmanaged Devices. Employees, contractors and visitors use their own laptops, tablets and smartphones to access your network. Since you don’t own these devices, you typically have no authority to put security software (e.g. security agents) on these devices. Therefore, they are invisible to traditional security products.
3. IoT Devices. Today, the majority of the new devices connecting to enterprise networks are IoT devices. These devices can be anything from your video surveillance and audio visual systems to medical devices and 3D printers. The list goes on and on. They have purpose-built operating systems that cannot run your security software or agents. Consequently, they are simply invisible to your existing security products.
Securolytics IoT Tracker delivers complete network visibility by identifying and profiling every device. Managed, unmanaged and IoT.