If you read our blog regularly, you know how devoted we are to IoT security. We have addressed the unique challenges that come with securing IoT devices, networks, and applications in the past. We are happy to report that machine learning (ML) is improving...
Although spending on IoT has slowed a bit as a result of the pandemic, a return to double-digit growth rates is predicted for 2021. Many businesses are investing in IoT as one part of digital transformation, using IoT technology to create a more personalized and engaging customer experience and to create efficiencies on the production side.
With any edge computing and IoT project, security is an issue. If you have read some of our previous blog posts, you know how serious we are about this topic, and it is always a primary focus when we work on projects with clients.
As you consider moving your product onto the Internet of Things, you cannot ignore the security issues introduced by connecting devices to the internet. But where do you start?
Internet of Things (IoT) technology is becoming much more common with the number of connected devices expected to hit 55 billion by 2025, up from 9 billion in 2017. It is also estimated that there will be almost $15 trillion in aggregate IoT investment between 2017 and 2025.