SOFTWARE SECURITY

Prevent Advanced Insider Threats With IBM Security Solutions

October 22, 2021

IBM
Are you confident that only the right people are getting access to your sensitive business assets? Organizations have to be concerned about privileged insiders compromising security and about outsiders posing as authorized users but who really aren't. Putting effective defenses into place, as a result, requires organizations to look both ways.

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Sig fox

It has been said before: less is more. SIGFOX demonstrates that truism with our network for the Internet of Things. A very big majority of those things will send and receive only small messages, e.g. position, orientation, temperature, inventory data, movement and battery status. Our global network is dedicated to providing long-range, low-throughput, cost-effective and energy-efficient connectivity that is perfectly suited for such two-way communication. It therefore eliminates the cost and energy-use barriers to wide adoption of the IoT and greatly extends the battery and service life of connected devices. Our network is established in France, Spain, the Netherlands and the U.K., and several European cities through the SIGFOX Network Operator program. We expect to roll it out soon in several more European countries and in North America and Asia Pacific, and go worldwide following that.

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Sig fox

It has been said before: less is more. SIGFOX demonstrates that truism with our network for the Internet of Things. A very big majority of those things will send and receive only small messages, e.g. position, orientation, temperature, inventory data, movement and battery status. Our global network is dedicated to providing long-range, low-throughput, cost-effective and energy-efficient connectivity that is perfectly suited for such two-way communication. It therefore eliminates the cost and energy-use barriers to wide adoption of the IoT and greatly extends the battery and service life of connected devices. Our network is established in France, Spain, the Netherlands and the U.K., and several European cities through the SIGFOX Network Operator program. We expect to roll it out soon in several more European countries and in North America and Asia Pacific, and go worldwide following that.

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