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IoT and Security: What CISOs Must Know

Ubiquitous in nature and expansive in scope, IoT is vulnerable on many levels In the ever-expanding world of the Internet of Things (IoT), consumers are inundated with ubiquitous smart devices— from talking voice assistants and smart watches to televisions and networked thermostats. A breach in this environment is merely an inconvenience, or at most impacts a few individuals. However, as the landscape of IoT broadens across critical infrastructure, industrial and manufacturing facilities, water, gas and energy sectors, a cyber incursion here can spell disaster.

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