9 Security Areas to Minimise the Threats of IoT9 Security Areas to Minimise the Threats of IoT

February 6, 2020

Poor security, easy-to-guess passwords and a lack of software updates: these are just a few of the things that can stand in the way of properly securing your Internet of Things solutions. Unfortunately, statistics show that they are not just theoretical dangers. Enough reasons for us to identify the nine largest security risks for Industrial IoT. In this infographic, we list nine security areas you need to consider when connecting your Industrial IoT equipment to the internet. Use it to your advantage.

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