In the event of an IoT data breach, who will be seen as to blame and what is the likely reputational damage?

Device Authority

During this webinar you will hear from Device Authority and Quocirca about IoT data breaches, the likely reputational damage to your brand and how to secure your data.
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The IoT has been rendered inevitable as the result of a confluence of historical trends, but the choices that we make now regarding its fundamental architecture that can tip the balance of harm and benefit of IoT more toward either individual or institutional rights and obligations. The choice is ours (collectively) and the time is now.


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SD-WAN as an IoT Enabler

Velecloud

According to Forbes, IoT is forecasted to have 50-75% of enterprise data generated at the network edge by the year 2020; and at the same time, 83% of enterprise workload will be in the cloud by 2020. The WAN network will become more important in delivering these services to ensure high quality application performance and seamless operational technology (OT).
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What IoT Is Doing for the Electrical Industry ... and What It Can Do for You

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oin Tom Cunningham of Legrand for a quick examination of the IoT and how its increasing demand is affecting the electrical industry. Dive into trends and buzzwords, while exploring the impact of popular voice assistants like Alexa and Google to better understand the recent evolution of smart lighting devices. Lastly, this training will help translate the implications of the IoT into real future opportunities for you, as smarter electrical wiring devices become mainstream.
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Edge Management: Gaining value from IoT

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Enterprises are struggling to see value from their IoT implementations. Some of the key challenges with IoT implementations revolve around a simple task — getting real-time data from the edge devices. Challenges include network availability, latency, cost of roundtripping between the edge and the enterprise, monitoring etc.
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Clarifying the Industrial IoT - Part 5: The IIoT Security Challenge

rti

Unfortunately, the IoT makes every part of nearly every system vulnerable to network attack. The IoT could easily be called the IoT the Internet of Targets. The IoT is a brave new world for risk management.
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The IoT has been rendered inevitable as the result of a confluence of historical trends, but the choices that we make now regarding its fundamental architecture that can tip the balance of harm and benefit of IoT more toward either individual or institutional rights and obligations. The choice is ours (collectively) and the time is now.

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