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Fundamentals of IoT security.
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Fundamentals of IoT security.

Fundamentals of IoT security.

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http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/inside-erp/six-fundame...

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Right now there are more than 6.4 billion internet-of-things (IoT) devices, according to Gartner research. Cisco estimates this total could rise to 50 billion within the next five years.

The trouble starts with the fact that only 36 percent of businesses actually have a strategy for managing IoT devices, and last year there was a 156 percent increase in the rise of cyber attacks against IoT....


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advanced cognitive capabilities and other marketing buzzwords explained with sarcastic simplicity


RE: Fundamentals of IoT security.

The term we're using is SoT, Security of Things.

RE: Fundamentals of IoT security.

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I think Protection of Things, POT would be better. It would make people sit up and notice, anyway. pipe

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advanced cognitive capabilities and other marketing buzzwords explained with sarcastic simplicity


RE: Fundamentals of IoT security.

I realize this is old, but thanks for sharing. I need to find some time to read into this.

"But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ." 1 Corinthians 15:57

RE: Fundamentals of IoT security.

All you gotta do is put the used food back in the horse....

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