IoT devices from vertical market lines of business and building automation have started to invade enterprise infrastructures. I&O leaders must separate and monitor all IoT solutions from the rest of the network to avoid being hacked or causing havoc on the enterprise infrastructure.
IoT Solutions Can't Be Trusted and Must Be Separated From the Enterprise Network to Reduce Risk
- Key Challenges
- Discover, Document and Classify All Devices Attached to the Network to Ascertain the Current Risk
- Developing Inventory of IoT Devices
- Device Demographics
- Device Data
- Device Type
- IoT Data Flow Types
- Discovery and Visibility
- Separate All IoT Solutions — From the Device to the Application — From the Rest of the Network
- Monitor Full Line Rate Wired and Wireless at the Edge of the Network, and Implement Role-Based Policy Enforcement to Look for Compromised Devices
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