C-Suite On Deck
Keep me plugged in with the best
Join thousands of your peers and receive our weekly newsletter with the latest news, industry events, customer insights, and market intelligence.
I agree to the
terms of service
PLEASE CORRECT THE FOLLOWING:
Please Enter Some Keywords
IoT Cybersecurity Challenges and Solutions
The Internet of Things (IoT) is simply an interconnected array of electronic devices that are linked by the Internet, through which they can transmit and receive data. The original “thing” was a Coca Cola vending machine that was able to report back to HQ how many bottles of soda were left inside, and whether they were ice cold. But, along with the Internet, the world of IoT has come a long way since then. IoT is now a widespread and growing phenomenon that can be classified into two main domains: Consumer and Business: Consumer IoT: Devices that are part of the smart home such as refrigerators, door locks, light bulbs, surveillance systems, as well as IoT consumer/lifestyle devices such as fitness bands, smartwatches, and drones. Enterprise/Business IoT: Mainly segmented by its verticals to include devices such as electricity, gas, and water meters used by utility companies, and devices used in connected vehicles, retail, health, shipping, and agriculture. The proliferation of IoT reached a significant milestone this year when the number of IoT devices exceeded the world’s population.
I'm for real
Enter your email once to access all our information and resources.
(Your email address is required so we know you're a real person)
By downloading this content, you give permission for your contact information to be shared with the content provider who may contact you in regards to the content.