12 Apr '17, 3am

Security: where the IoT meets the IT infrastructure

Security: where the IoT meets the IT infrastructure

It’s true that in the animal kingdom there is safety in numbers. But in the Internet of Things (IoT), where billions of devices are expected to be connected within the next decade, the sheer volume of devices isn’t expected to mitigate the security risk. In fact, given that many devices may share the same codebase or hardware design, the numbers will simply increase the risk. This is the reality of creating a more connected world; it will become easier to infringe personal space both in the real world and online. To some extent modern society has little choice; it needs that level of connectivity in to meet the rising demand for food production, mass transit, and energy distribution. Reconciling these two paradigms of risk and need will be where the emerging IoT meets the established IT infrastructure. There is much the embedded industry can learn from the enterprise secto...

Full article: http://www.edn.com/electronics-blogs/eye-on-iot-/4458251/...

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