The new Mini ad reads, “High-Speed Mobile Device” and touts the car’s “digital hub that syncs with your devices and social networks. So now you can motor like the wind and tell everyone all about it.” Cars are just one of the everyday objects slated to become digitalized and connected as the Internet of Things, which impacts industries and products as we know them today. In essence, companies that make cars, toasters, elevators, construction equipment, washing machines and more, become companies that are, basically, producing Internet-connected devices. With this fundamental change, CEOs and business leaders will need to start dealing with the same challenges that IT has dealt with since the advent of the Internet — securing your devices and networks from malicious attack.
Securing the Internet of Things
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