What is IoT ( Internet of things ) Security?

 

IoT ( Internet of things ) Security is the act of securing Internet devices and the networks they’re connected to from threats and breaches by protecting, identifying, and monitoring

risks all while helping fix vulnerabilities from a range of devices that can pose security risks to your business.

Examples include pacemakers, heart monitors, and defibrillators.

While convenient (e.g., a doctor can fine-tune a patient’s pacemaker remotely), these devices are also vulnerable to security threats.

Software and firmware vulnerabilities

Lack of computational capacity for efficient built-in security. Poor access control in IoT systems. Limited budget for properly testing and improving firmware security. Lack of regular patches and updates due to limited budgets and technical limitations of IoT devices.

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