The #AskIoT team sits down with Andrew Howard to discuss what security actually means, the risks associated with IoT solutions and devices and misconceptions the public has when it comes to security in IoT.
On this episode, we dive into the basics of security in IoT including what it is, areas that need to be addressed and who is at risk. Andrew addresses how companies should approach cybersecurity and what needs to be done by manufacturers, software providers, the government and the public to ensure our devices are as secure as possible.
The episode concludes with our #AskIoT segment and a final word from Andrew. He leaves us with a reminder that there’s a lot of momentum in the industry to improve and the most difficult factor in IoT security is that very few devices are the same, limiting them and making it difficult to build one size fits all solutions.
- Which industry is most at risk to security threats in IoT?
- How do you handle building security into legacy systems?
- How should non-technical companies approach IoT adoption?
If you’re interested in connecting with Andrew, you can find him on LinkedIn!
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