The good thing about reviewing corporate blogs is that you can clearly see who does what by reading their blogs. That does not mean they are not useful, but they become even more interesting if you are able to read them all somehow —and that is the purpose of our existence. We have been covering security in the incoming IoT era as obviously this is a very hot an unquestionable important topic. Most of the time, we get feedback from companies who are working on security measures. We have always taken the liberty to state that nothing will ever be completely secure —we know, we are geniuses. Anyhow, we do also highlight the fact that hackers will always be able to bridge security measures and, thus, operators need to implement a second layer of security: “fraudstration” management.
In the IoT age a unified approach to fraud management and security matters more than ever
In today’s increasingly connected society, it is easier than ever before for fraudsters to wreak havoc. According to Juniper Research, by 2020 there will be close to 40 billion connected devices on the planet, and with this increasing number of connected devices we are also seeing a rise in fraud risks, such as through IoT botnets … Keep reading the original blog post here
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