The integration of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies into work environments and business operations is creating a new, “smart” normal that is often built on—and sometimes forcing—the merger of information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) systems. This integration, due to incompatible technologies, protocols, processes and even cultures, can sometimes introduce substantial risk into your environment.
So, how can you be sure that your new, “smart” devices or areas are secure, and which devices are most at risk? The purpose of this white paper is to educate senior leaders and engineering team members on security threats that can result from the collision between OT and IT, and to provide integration strategies that will help prevent security risks as you embrace the new, “smart” normal.
Download this white paper to learn:
- Why some IoT device functions may be at risk for potential security breaches
- The top 10 riskiest IoT Devices of 2020
- Best practices for securing your IoT devices
- And more!
As organizations begin bringing employees and customers back into shared physical spaces safely, back-to-work solutions like thermal imaging have become the go-to strategies.
However, since many of these solutions utilize Internet of Things (IoT) technology to monitor organizations, they are typically integrated with systems like access control platforms. This can pose a number of security challenges. How can you be sure that your new, “smart” devices or areas are secure? And, how can you identify which devices are most at risk?
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