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Smart devices need even smarter security. With enterprise IoT devices projected to increase to more than 10 billion in a few years, the attack surface is expanding in countless directions. Understand what’s required to keep you protected.
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See how you can empower your team to completely see, assess and secure IoT without increasing their workload.

IoT devices are the weakest link in the network

Security cameras in offices, patient imaging machines in hospitals, robots on manufacturing floors, HVAC monitoring systems for buildings, connected cars and transportation, ATMs and point-of-sale systems – these are the Internet of Things.

Businesses rely on data-exchanging network-connected devices every day. But IoT devices are not designed with security in mind. They are the weakest link in your network for attackers to exploit. In the face of growing IoT security risks and challenges, traditional security is not enough. So the question becomes, what is IoT security and what exactly does it need to do to be effective?


Projected growth by industry

According to the Gartner® Machina database, IoT is on the rise across nearly every industry – with the expected total volume of enterprise devices to reach 18 billion by 2030.

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Secure your network against IoT attacks

In order to keep your IoT devices secure through all 5 stages of the IoT security lifecycle, these capabilities are required in an IoT security solution.

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  • Quick and accurate device discovery

    Use machine learning and crowdsourced telemetry to profile all devices for continuous discovery, risk assessment, anomaly detection, and zero trust policy enforcement.

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  • Stop known and unknown threats

    Instead of an alert-based approach, IoT Security analyzes device type and behavior to assess risk and proactively prevent known and unknown threats.

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  • Zero Trust policy recommendations and enforcement

    Automated Zero Trust policy recommendations and enforcement for all devices replace time-consuming manual processes.

Safeguard all network connected
IoT devices

How do you secure something that is hidden, not easily patched and unable to accept endpoint agents? And how do you protect multiple devices that fit this criteria all at the same time? IoT security issues and concerns represent a paradigm shift away from traditional cybersecurity, with each new use case requiring a unique approach.

Security for IoT devices

Trust Nothing, Validate Everything

Mainstream network perimeter defenses can’t keep up with the volume and variety of network-connected devices, and most IoT security solutions fall short in addressing the issues that challenge security teams as a whole. Let IoT Security do the work; find all devices, assess all known risks, watch how they behave, and secure every digital interaction.


Security solutions are traditionally designed with the endpoint in mind. But smart devices, despite providing accessible touchpoints for your adversaries, don’t accept endpoint agents. So they can’t be trained, and they can’t be trusted. Instead, any IoT security approach must take a holistic lifecycle approach to every one of your IoT devices.

Our Approach

The lifecycle approach covers all stages of discovery for IoT devices by relying on five foundational capabilities:
  • Identify all devices
  • Assess device risks
  • Enforce informed policies
  • Prevent known threats
  • Monitor device behavior to prevent unknown threats

By remaining constantly in tune to each device’s associated risks throughout its lifecycle, we can take action to enforce protections and defend your business with Zero Trust and maximum confidence.

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Eliminate NAC Blind Spots

Confidently segment IoT devices and apply Zero Trust policies to prevent attacks and lateral movement of threats by eliminating NAC blind spots. Get meaningful device segmentation through deep profiling, assessment, and policy enforcement of managed and unmanaged devices.


Blind spots caused by unmanaged devices on the network continue to remain one of the most confounding challenges for both IT and network security teams, given that 30% of all devices on an enterprise network are unmanaged IoT devices. Traditional agent-based endpoint security solutions cannot discover and manage IoT devices, nor can they provide the device context and expected behavior to inform the depth of risk assessment and real-time threat monitoring these vulnerable devices require.

Our Approach

IoT Security powered by the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall delivers effective segmentation by discovering, profiling, assessing risk, continuous monitoring, and enforcing granular policy for all IoT devices. Additionally, IoT Security integrates with NAC technologies to eliminate their IoT device blind spots to deliver meaningful segmentation.

Without IoT Visibility, Vulnerability Management Is Incomplete

Without IoT Visibility, Vulnerability Management Is Incomplete

Secure against the device vulnerabilities your VM can’t find and the devices you’re not seeing. Add IoT Security to get a true device risk score including both passively and actively discovered vulnerability data on managed and unmanaged devices.


Effective vulnerability management depends on comprehensive and accurate vulnerability assessment of all connected devices across the enterprise. The exclusion of IoT devices leaves a significant blind spot in the organization’s security risk posture analysis. IoT devices constitute a rapidly growing portion of all connected devices on enterprise networks and are often shipped with inherent vulnerabilities, have weak built-in security, and some become vulnerable over their lifespan due to outdated patches and operating systems.

Our Approach

IoT Security provides comprehensive visibility and vulnerability assessment of every network-connected device for a stronger vulnerability management strategy. IoT Security-powered vulnerability management provides:
  • Deep IoT and IoMT device visibility and context through passively collected device data.
  • In addition to passive monitoring, the ability to initiate active scans of a selected device from the IoT.
  • Security portal to get a comprehensive view of vulnerabilities.
  • The ability to ingest vulnerability scan reports from the scanner and update the device risk score within the IoT Security dashboard.

Device Utilization and Inventory

Device Utilization and Inventory

With advanced IoT device security, organizations can transform a static asset inventory into a dynamic asset inventory with complete visibility, better context, utilization insights, and more precise location recognition.


Many organizations are challenged by the effects unsecured network connected devices have on capital planning, revenue, services, and operations due to a lack of complete visibility into unmanaged IT, IoT, OT, and medical devices.

Our Approach

Through dynamic, automated device inventory, IoT Security enables secure device lifecycle management for true risk assessment of every connected IoT, OT and IoMT device. With Asset Management and ITSM solutions, you can unlock the ultimate potential of your security solutions and eliminate IoT blind spots with actionable insights.



Unmanaged IoT, OT and connected medical devices make up more than 50% of the devices on hospital networks. Providers depend on these devices to deliver patient care, yet these devices carry vulnerabilities that pose a risk to healthcare operations.


Network connected medical devices often ship with vulnerabilities, run unsupported operating systems, are difficult to patch, and lack encryption in communication. Unit 42 found that 72% of healthcare organizations have a mix of IT and IoMT devices in the same VLANs, enabling potential lateral movement of threats, expanding the attack surface of both device types. All this leaves security teams at a disadvantage with the heavy lifting, blind to unknown devices, and unable to scale their operations, prioritize efforts, or minimize risk.

Our Approach

Trusted by 20% of the hospitals in the United States, our cloud-delivered IoT Security service enables users to prevent threats and control the risk of IoT, IT and connected medical devices on your network across all sites. Leveraging an approach based on machine learning (ML), IoT Security:
  • Quickly and accurately discovers and identifies all IoMT and other unmanaged devices including those never seen before.
  • Uses crowdsourced data to co identify anomalous activity
  • Continuously assesses risk and offers trust-based policy recommendations to improve your security posture.

Other IoT security solutions can’t keep up

Due to the limitations of other IoT security solutions in the market, the constantly evolving risks that IoT devices pose go largely undiscovered. Download a vendor-agnostic IoT security RFI calculator, featuring more than 150 solution capabilities, to help you find the right solution for your organization.

Protecting IoT devices across industries

See how we’re bringing industry-leading IoT device security to two uniquely different threat landscapes.

Secure all devices with enterprise IoT Security

Protect every device you see and every device you don't. Each unmanaged device within your network can become a blind spot that creates problems for both your IT experts as well as your security team.
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Healthcare IoT meets security you can count on

Trusted by 20% of the hospitals in the U.S., our cloud-delivered healthcare IoT solution prevents threats and controls the risk of IoMT, IoT, IT and Bluetooth devices on the hospital or healthcare provider network across all sites.
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North Dakota IT
Palo Alto Networks
Waubonsee Community College
Avrasya Tüneli


North Dakota IT

The NDIT team was immediately able to see hundreds of thousands of devices connecting to the network—many of which had previously been hidden.

“As a CTO, what keeps me up at night is the unknown risk. IoT Security provides visibility and the ability to manage the risk appropriately.”

Chief Technology Officer, NDIT

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North Dakota IT

The NDIT team was immediately able to see hundreds of thousands of devices connecting to the network—many of which had previously been hidden.

“As a CTO, what keeps me up at night is the unknown risk. IoT Security provides visibility and the ability to manage the risk appropriately.”

Chief Technology Officer, NDIT

Palo Alto Networks

The PAN team was able to assess risk and protect thousands of devices within days, without adding hardware on the network.

“We gained visibility of all devices using a single platform. If we add a new IT site, we can start seeing IoTs right away.”

Director, Network Infrastructure, Palo Alto Networks

Waubonsee Community College

WCC was able to deploy with no downtime or disruption and gained full visibility into all traffic originating from all devices within and beyond the network.

“We ran into a lot of unknowns … I had no way of knowing where these devices were communicating.”

Information Security Manager, Waubonsee Community College

Avrasya Tüneli

IoT Security quickly identifies all devices — even those previously unknown — immediately preventing threats and automatically enforcing least-privilege security policies to protect the network of 2,000+ IoT devices.

“Tunnel safety is our number one priority. IoT Security gives us complete visibility, prevention, and enforcement for every IoT device.”

Director of IT, Avrasya Tüneli

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