• Corpus ID: 9466575

The Internet of Things : Reduce Security Risks with Automated Policies

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  • Computer Science
The Internet of Things (IoT) is creating extraordinary opportunities in business, education, and government. But to take advantage of these opportunities, you first need to mitigate new kinds of security risks. This white paper, intended for IT and operational technology (OT) professionals, explains a new approach to IoT security, one that: ● Extends cybersecurity solutions to the OT environment and physical security solutions to the IT environment ● Correlates and analyzes data from IoT… 

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