The number of cyberattacks, data breaches and overall business disruption caused by unsecured IoT/IIoT devices are increasing because many companies don’t know the depth and breadth of the risk exposures they face when leveraging IoT devices and other emerging technologies. IoT
Industrial IoT (IIoT) devices will comprise the majority of the billions of IoT devices deployed over the next decade. How will the information security market meet this onslaught of technology? The consumer market is not a useful guide for this analysis.
IoT, as we know it today, allows us to make our lives easier — but it is not 100% secure. It can be hard to understand why it’s so difficult to come up with a comprehensive cybersecurity standard for IoT.
Consumers want their work, home and mobile devices to communicate together to provide information that was previously not available from isolated systems. This desire is at the root of the Internet of Things (IoT). The rise of IoT started when
Measure, monitor and monetize has long been a mantra for any industry or corporation that wants to be successful with its products or services. This capability is finally ubiquitous thanks to technology being powerful enough and cost effective enough to measure