How to secure the industrial IoT

One of the main challenges in the Industrial IoT (IIoT) is that devices are deployed for long periods of time in environments that cannot be described as classically secure. The access control that is in place for many other types of devices is typically not present in IIoT devices because these end points are exposed to the outside world. IIoT devices therefore need to be protected from the environments they operate in, for a long lifecycle of 10-15 years, and safeguarded from criminals that can attack both the back-end of the IIoT system and the device itself.

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  • Analysing risk
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  • Automotive sector security
  • Security across the fragmented connectivity ecosystem

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