This year’s Most Innovative Companies in security ensure the latest data protection technologies are in place across the computing world. Eclypsium was named to the list for launching a platform to protect from firmware attacks.
The lax security of supply chain firmware has been a known concern for years—with precious little progress being made. Eclypsium found that a slew of network cards, trackpads, Wi-Fi adapters, USB hubs, and webcams all had firmware that could be updated with “unsigned” code that lacks any cryptographic verification In other words, it could be rewritten without any security check.
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Every year, CNBC scans the globe looking for the 100 venture-backed start-ups that have the potential to transform industries and become tomorrow’s household names. Enterprise firmware security leader Eclypsium was named to this year’s list.
Eclypsium researchers found a common design flaw within the hardware device drivers from multiple vendors. In total, the number of hardware vendors affected runs to 20 and includes every major BIOS vendor. The nature of the vulnerability has the potential for the widespread compromise of Windows 10 machines.
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