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IoT Security from the Ground Up
How to safeguard your network in the age of the Internet of Things.
When a breach occurs, time is of the essence. As soon as something goes wrong, you should know about it—every minute that passes can be costly. Make sure that back-end applications have the ability to log abnormalities. Partnering with an IoT network operator that provides alerting tools for fraud detection and prevention can give you more rapid insight into potential problems. Your internal teams should also monitor data logs and create automatic alerts for signs of compromise for an extra layer of security.
Chris Francosky is KORE's VP of network engineering and IT operations. With more than 20 years of information technology industry experience, Chris has overseen dozens of large-scale wireless and mobile technology projects. Prior to leading the IT Operations group at KORE, Chris served as the VP of technology at RacoWireless, a leading provider of wireless products and services focusing on the machine-to-machine (M2M) industry. He has an extensive background in cybersecurity, IoT application design and high-availability SaaS/PaaS architecture.
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