Knowing where you are positioned is a good starting point to take action to improve that position. It is no different for cyber security. If you are familiar with Gartner’s “Magic Quadrant” where they assess companies based on two axes (their innovation and ability to execute), it helps to define where organizations are in their maturity, and what direction or actions they should take to be in the “Leaders” quadrant. How might that same approach be used for IoT cyber security? Especially when failing to be a “Secure Winner” means likely breaches, ransomware, damage to brand, and many other negative consequences.