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What is Shadow OT and why you should know what it is:

Shadow IT

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Yes, you read it correctly: Shadow OT, with an O. We have barely managed to deal with Shadow IT, and a new threat already looms at the horizon. Operational Technology (OT) has become as affordable and available as IT, which leads to yet another cause of IT management worries.   

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12 Threats of Christmas

There’s an old English Christmas carol “The 12 Days of Christmas”, a cumulative song about 12 gifts that keep getting ‘grander’. As our Christmas gift to you, we wanted to list the top threats to be aware of heading into 2018, from least to most pressing. Let’s look at the vulnerabilities and potential points of attack to take into account for next year’s priorities: Continue reading

Digital Voice Assistants: New Front in War on IoT Hackers

As the Internet of Things (IoT) permeates further into our lives, the potential for hackers to line their pockets or disrupt  critical infrastructure moves increasingly from theory to practice. For those IT and business leaders looking for more guidance, check out our CLOUDSEC conference next week, 5 September. Continue reading

Hardware configurations could be the downfall of the IoT

The Internet of Things is opening up new opportunities for businesses as well as introducing a new era of convenience for consumers. And it’s happening sooner rather than later: More than 24 billion IoT devices will connect to each other and the internet by 2020, according to Business Insider, and that’s a conservative estimate. The Motley Fool noted that other tech giants are predicting anywhere from 50 billion to 200 billion IoT devices within the next three years.

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