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Top IoT Security Concerns and Ways to Address Them

Bodil Josefsson, head of IoT Security at Ericsson, describes the four concerns she's noticed customers have on the top of their mind when devising IoT strategies. Josefsson then makes suggestions on how to address and overcome those concerns.
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Human Rights and IoT: The Right to Privacy

Privacy is a human rights issue. IoT and AI have major privacy concerns. Used responsibly, however, these technologies could even support the right to privacy.
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Is IoT Driving Without a Seatbelt?

Finding harmony between the functionality, size, and security of IoT devices has proven to be a major hurdle. We need a joint effort to solve the problem.
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There’s a Way to Deploy Secure IoT (And It Doesn’t Have to Be Scary)

When deploying IoT systems, security is a necessity. You can benefit from IoT without nightmarish hacks. Find a secure and future-proof IoT solution.
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IoT Security: A Silver Lining for Enterprises

By approaching IoT security more proactively, enterprises and the providers behind their solutions can lead the IoT revolution toward a better future.
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5 Reasons Privacy and IoT Are Incompatible

Privacy and IoT may remain incompatible forever. Nonetheless, manufacturers, developers, and users can still try to ensure privacy and data security.
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The Evolution of IoT Hacking

IoT hacking has become a low-effort, high-reward for cybercriminals. Manufacturers and operators must prioritize security standardization to manage risks.
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What Do IoT Hacks Cost the Economy?

IoT hacks cost companies a lot of money. The overall cost of an IoT system hack varies depending on the number of affected devices, how quickly it's discovered, and the length...
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Key IoT Trends Observed in 2018

Gartner predicted 8.4 billion connected “things” across industries and verticals back at the beginning of 2017. Today, Statista more than doubles that number and registers as many as 20 billion IoT devices around...
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How Encryption is Powering the Future of IoT

Gartner reports that they expect over 20 billion IoT units to be installed by 2020. This is a clear sign that new business opportunities are on the horizon.  The Internet of Things...

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