Securing Your IoT Infrastructure with ThingWorx

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Smart, connected devices are all the rage when it comes to IoT. Research firm Gartner says there will be 6.4 billion connected devices in use in 2016, an increase of 30% from 2015. As more components of your IoT infrastructure becomes connected, the demand for a solution that protects manufacturers and their end-customers from hackers, malware, and unsafe operations continues to increase. So how will you secure your existing IoT devices and prepare your infrastructure for the double-digit increases that are occurring year-over-year? In this webcast replay, Rob Black, Senior Director of Product Management at PTC, explains how the ThingWorx IoT platform meets the requirements of security-minded manufacturers and their end customers by discussing key IoT security challenges.
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Most IoT applications share the same challenges. It is also interesting, that also relatively simple use cases in applications require more complex solutions than one would initially expect. Programs on gateways work without direct supervision and are administered remotely. This means that the programs must be robust. If one had to press a button on the device to reboot upon an error, it would quickly be an expensive affair.


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