IoT Security Platform

Wars begin when the costs of attack are low, the benefits for a victor are high, and there is an inability to enforce law. The same is true in cyberwars. Today there is an emerging opportunity for cyber hackers with the introduction of IoT (Internet of Things) devices. Devices that were once isolated and secure by default will be connected and communicating over the network. The addition of IoT devices weakens a once stable cyber system and exposes it to attacks. Explosive growth of IoT devices will expand a porous digital border that can be easily breached if not protected. Over the next five years, the number of connected devices is expected to at least double, with 75% of the growth coming from non-hub devices such as sensor nodes and accessories. This massive growth will create entirely new categories of products and services for devices, sensors, consumer products and vehicles, through the power of connection.

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Different Dimensions of IOT Security

whitePaper | December 20, 2019

IOT is wirelessly connecting things to the internet using sensors, RFID’s and remotely accessing and managing them over our phone or through our voice. IOT uses various communication protocols such as Zigbee, 6LowPan, Bluetooth and has bi directional communication for exchange of information. The database for IOT is cloud which is also vulnerable to security threats. The increasing amount of popularity of IoT and its pervasive usage has made it more recurrent to prominent cyber-attacks such as botnet attack, IoT ransom ware, DOS attack, RFID hack.

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Satellite based LoRa® unlocks Europe-wide IoT

whitePaper | May 16, 2022

Big data is the dominant economic currency in a changing world moving at an increasingly accelerated pace. The speed and frequency with which data is collected, processed, and actioned is crucial to delivering the core promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) – either saving money through optimized operations or enabling new business models to generate new revenue streams.

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Monitoring IT, OT and IIoT with Paessler PRTG: use cases and dashboards

whitePaper | May 18, 2022

Digitalization and the convergence of IT and OT makes it crucial to have a unified view of your entire infrastructure. From machines on the factory floor, PLCs, programmable logic controllers and IIoT devices, through to industrial gateways and IPCs – you need to know the status and condition of it all.

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Infineon-Get ahead of Condition Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance with sensors Whitepaper

whitePaper | June 28, 2022

Almost everything needs maintenance to ensure that it functions correctly. Parts wear out and need to be replaced but waiting till something breaks to replace it can be very costly. Unscheduled downtime can mean lost productivity, inconvenience or expensive overtime rates. Just think how much you would have to pay a plumber to come out at 3am on Christmas day.

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Zero Trust Maturity Model

whitePaper | June 13, 2023

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) leads the nation’s effort to understand, manage, and reduce cybersecurity risk, including by supporting Federal Civilian Executive Branch agencies in evolving and operationalizing cybersecurity programs and capabilities. CISA’s Zero Trust Maturity Model (ZTMM) provides an approach to achieve continued modernization efforts related to zero trust within a rapidly evolving environment and technology landscape. This ZTMM is one of many paths that an organization can take in designing and implementing their transition plan to zero trust architectures in accordance with Executive Order (EO) 14028 “Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity” § (3)(b)(ii),1 which requires that agencies develop a plan to implement a Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA). While the ZTMM is specifically tailored for federal agencies as required by EO 14028, all organizations should review and consider adoption of the approaches outlined in this document.

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Why Wi-Fi 6 goeshand-in-hand with cellular to enable thehyper-connected enterprise future

whitePaper | August 22, 2022

Wi-Fi 6 is increasingly seen as a complementary to cellular technologies such as LTE-M and even 5G –when it becomes widely available. In private networks, the performance uplift of Wi-Fi 6 over Wi-Fi 5 is substantial and more than sufficient to support innovative use cases such as automated guided vehicles, industrial robots and many other applications.

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