Empowering Security in the CSP’s IoT Infrastructure and Services

SIMON BRYDEN | May 15, 2018

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CSPs are well-positioned to benefit from the continuing growth of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and related systems—but only as long as the infrastructure can support some IoT-specific challenges, including of course security. Unlike the mobile device world, these infrastructures typically combine vast numbers of low-cost devices transmitting small amounts of data at a low bandwidth. Devices can be widely dispersed in terms of geography.

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