"Although the R&D team of the company has already added the consideration of cyber-security during the design stage, and is confident in having the capability of minimizing the risk of the monitor being hacked", said Steven Shen. However, from time to time, Cubo Ai has received users' concerns about cyber-security and they are deeply afraid of the risk of privacy leakage or even the risk of babies being frightened by the monitor.
Company A is a world-renowned IoT device manufacturer. It has been deeply involved in the consumer network product market for many years and has a wide reputation. Many of its products are sold all over the world and have a large market share. Since everything is hackable in the era of the Internet of Things (IoT), its products have become the target of hackers. In the frequent attacks on IoT devices, the vulnerabilities that Company A faces include that malicious attacks are triggered by improper handling of device firmware credentials; account secrets with weak encryption storage methods allow hackers to hack into devices; device vulnerabilities can be used by hackers as a springboard for attack paths and the severe cases can lead to the risk of consumer privacy leakage. All these issues have aroused the concern of consumers and government agencies.
In order to prove that it has reached a certain level of cybersecurity, Cyber Power Systems has set high-standard testing requirements. Referring to the list of qualified vendors for penetration testing announced by the world-renowned CREST organization, the company entrusted Onward Security, the only recognized company in Taiwan, to conduct a complete inspection of PowerPanel Cloud in accordance with international standards.