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Build security into your IoT plan or risk attack

Source: networkworld.com

Jan 28, 2019 12:11 PM 2+ week ago

The Internet of Things (IoT) is no longer some futuristic thing that?s years off from being something IT leaders need to be concerned with. The IoT era has arrived. In fact, Gartner forecasts there will be 20.4 billion connected devices globally by 2020.An alternative proof point is the fact that when I talk with people about their company's IoT plans, they don?t look at me like a deer in headlights as they did a few years ago. In fact, often the term ?IoT? doesn?t even come up. Businesses are connecting more ?things? to create new processes, improve efficiency, or improve customer service.As they do, though, new security challenges arise. One of which is there's no ?easy button.? IT professionals can?t just deploy some kind of black box and have everything be protected. Securing the IoT is a multi-faceted problem with many factors to consider, and it must be built into any IoT plan.To read this article in full, please click here...Read more.

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