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Phosphorus partnered with Dewpoint to Expand Its xIoT Security Solutions

Phosphorus partnered with Dewpoint to Expand Its xIoT Security Solutions
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Phosphorus partnered with Dewpoint to provide value-added reseller (VAR) services for Phosphorus in the US. Dewpoint, an IT, and security solutions provider will jointly deliver a new generation of xIoT security solutions in the US to meet growing enterprise demand for xIoT attack surface management and remediation capabilities. 

Kal Gajera, Director of North America Channels at Phosphorus commented, “xIoT security is a critical need for today’s enterprises, and these risks are left unaddressed by traditional IT security solutions. We look forward to working with Dewpoint to help expand our US sales channels and bring the world’s most advanced xIoT security platform to more organizations.” 

The Extended Enterprise xIoT Security Platform from Phosphorus is an automated security platform that can provide xIoT Attack Surface Management, xIoT Hardening, and Remediation, and xIoT Detection and Response for the entire range of IoT, OT, and Network-connected devices, including both new and legacy devices. 

This enables big businesses to scale xIoT technologies (which can result in millions of devices per organization) without having to hire more staff to locate, maintain, and keep an eye on them. 

Phosphorus Cybersecurity® is xTended Security of ThingsTM platform created to protect the rapidly expanding and frequently unmonitored Things throughout the enterprise xIoT landscape. Its extended enterprise xIoT Security Platform offers attack surface management, hardening & remediation, and detection & response to extend enterprise xIoT security to all cyber-physical things in your enterprise environment. Phosphorus automates the remediation of the largest IoT, OT, and network device vulnerabilities, including unknown and inaccurate asset inventories, outdated firmware, default credentials, risky configurations, and out-of-date certificates. 

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