Subex, a specialist in products security and fraud management, has announced the launch of IoT Security Lab.
The IoT Security Lab is designed to help solve threats specific to IoT industrial control systems (ICS) and IT systems. It features IoT and ICS focused honeypots of over 400 different architectures and over 4000 devices.
With this innovation, Subex strengthens its focus further on Telecom, Academics, Enterprises, Defense and Smart City projects.
In line with this announcement, Subex also hosted the first edition of its Cybersecurity Symposium with Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
Prof Lam Kwok Yan of NTU provided an overview of the cybersecurity landscape in Singapore and perspectives on how the lessons learnt can be applied to the Indian ecosystem.
Subex also announced that it will be opening its lab up to public-private partnerships with universities such as NTU and other colleges in Bangalore with a goal to create specific IoT security threat detection and prevention mechanisms for IoT ecosystems.
Speaking at the Cybersecurity Symposium, Vinod Kumar, CEO and MD, Subex, said, “With increasing threats in the Indian and Global cyberspace, we believe that education and awareness around cybersecurity will play an important role towards preparing and securing our critical assets against these threats. However, the topic of cybersecurity is yet to gain prominence within colleges in India, leading to gaps in the available talent pool.”