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IoT Security from the Ground Up
How to safeguard your network in the age of the Internet of Things.
If any of these third-party network providers do not meet security requirements, your data is at risk. It is crucial to vet partners to ensure they employ the most up-to-date protocols and technology, so be sure to conduct due diligence regarding proficiencies in the following areas:
Understanding who has access to your data or systems is not always as easy as it seems. Employees may leave the company, be promoted or transfer to other divisions, but often retain access rights that should be changed or discontinued. It is critical to make sure privileges are up-to-date to avoid unauthorized access, whether unintentional or otherwise.
Furthermore, IoT devices should be designed with internal security components, allowing wireless connectivity to be protected. Ensure that devices with removable SIM cards are not accessible by unauthorized parties. If you use over-the-air application updates, implement a preventative mechanism, such as code-signing, to protect your devices from unauthorized updates.
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