Today we are at the genesis of a revolution. We have seen a wide range of devices being connected. And this will continue to increase as connected devices become pervasive in our offices, homes and cars. The car indeed is rapidly becoming a fully connected device in its own right. Added to this are the upcoming wireless networking technologies such as 5G, with its support for MESH networking, LoRA, SigFox and the continued enhancements to Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and ZigBee. It is not difficult to envision that in a short span of time, we would be living in a truly connected and always on world. But this comes at a cost. The implementation of connected device ecosystems imposes very specific operational and security challenges, especially as the number of points of attack becomes greater.
Unlike a traditional Windows or Linux environment, an IoT implementation usually covers a diverse set of devices with a diverse set of capabilities that are connected to a single or series of platforms requiring disparate means of addressing operational and security challenges. The question is how to bring this diverse set of IoT devices together, securely, into an IoT ecosystem.
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