Security and risk management leaders must stop expecting large, defined IoT security markets to evolve. Specific niche technologies are needed, but to prepare for life after IoT, develop the right skills and a consistent approach to delivering IoT-infused technology programs.
The Death of IoT Security as You Know It
Impacts and Recommendations
- IoT Security Has Been a Concept With Too Many Meanings Dictated by Marketing and Early Vertically Oriented Implementations
- Securing IoT Deployments With Coherent Security Governance and Strategy Has Largely Failed
- The Focus on Devices Is Delivering Incomplete or Inadequate Security Prevention, Detection, Response or Prediction for IoT
- The Death of IoT Security Is Causing Major Changes to Skills Development, Organizational Structure, Service Selection and Risk Management
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