Security and privacy IoT vulnerabilities: The danger of too many entry points

A comprehensive overview of the cyber-attack landscape to help you better address consumer concerns and deliver state-of-the-art security

The Internet of Things (IoT) is an exciting prospect for homeowners and small businesses alike, but potential cyber-attacks may well stand in the way of more widespread adoption. Wary consumers have also raised concerns over cyber-security and are calling for protective measures. Communications Service Providers (CSPs) are well positioned to deliver integrated solutions that mitigate these cyber-security concerns.

Read this whitepaper to learn more about:

  • How and why IoT security challenges exist.
  • The evolution of the IoT threat landscape.
  • Where the vulnerabilities are in the CSPs’ and consumers’ networks.
  • How CSPs can mitigate attacks at every stage of service delivery. 

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