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IDG Contributor Network: The fight to defend the Internet of Things
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2017, 07:15:17 PM »
IDG Contributor Network: The fight to defend the Internet of Things
22 June 2017, 5:00 pm



The Internet has entered a new chapter called the Internet of Things (IoT). It follows the fixed-Internet era characterized by connected PCs and laptops through the 1990s, and builds on the mobile-Internet era spearheaded by the proliferation of smartphones during the first two decades of this century. This new chapter has a new set of challenges and opportunities because it involves a broader diversity of devices — ranging from connected light bulbs, smart gas meters and smart speakers, to IP monitoring cameras, smart watches, drones, and robots. And while the connectivity and compute requirements of these IoT devices vary widely, they all have a common need: strong security.

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