The CyObs scan revealed that more than 21% of Japan’s active IPs are vulnerable to critical and high severity vulnerabilities. This estimate is based on an advanced scan of more than 4 million active IP addresses (which is only 2% of Japan’s total IP allocation). If these vulnerabilities are exploited, it could jeopardise Japan’s critical infrastructure and essential services.
Further results from this study will be presented at this year’s Innovation Leaders’ Summit (ILS) on 8-9 February 2022 by John van Rooyen, Regional Director of Dreamlab Technologies ANZ. ILS is Asia’s largest open innovation event connecting major Japanese corporations with international start-ups through facilitated 1-on-1 business matching meetings.
In his “Securing today and tomorrow in the cyber dimension” presentation, John will focus on how a cyber radar system, like CyObs, can help organisations to keep their data safe in cyber space by monitoring their attack surfaces for vulnerabilities.
If you are interested in obtaining this case study or would like to book a demo with Dreamlab Technologies, please contact us via our website: https://cyobs.com/#demo