5G technology plus 74 billion IoT devices estimated by 2025, it’s no surprise that IoT security is one of the top concerns keeping many executives up at night.
New IoT security rating system by global safety certification firm UL is designed to empower consumers to make smarter decisions about the products and IoT solutions they purchase.
New California and Oregon IoT security laws aim to address the growing concerns on the security of Internet-connected devices that seem to be expanding endlessly.
IoT players that don’t make security part of their brand will lose customers to competitors who do. This means re-addressing the entire product life cycle with an emphasis on security.
When implemented holistically, a zero-trust manufacturing architecture will ensure that a product’s firmware, data and digital credentials can be trusted through every step of the manufacturing supply chain.