The Silicon Mountains’ approach is to significantly narrow the playing field so that intruders are playing within our rule book rather than theirs. By changing the playing field in which cyber protection is approached, our clients are better positioned to confront the unknown.
In addition, Silicon Mountains is extending its research to cover some of the most vulnerable targets in any complex environment — “household items” such as microwaves, vending machines, thermostats and miscellaneous identity access cards. These internet connected devices are not generally protected with anti-virus software and users are not obligated to update logins and passwords. Hackers can and do cloak malware and gain access or control to the overall technology platform through these household items with little to no resistance. We anticipate that the next generation of CRAM® will meet these challenges.