The Internet of Things connects a wide variety of devices—everything from kitchen appliances to smartphones—to the internet and to each other. Through sensors, software and processors, these devices then exchange information to carry out certain functions, making everyday tasks simpler by learning and predicting users’ needs.
The convenience and services consumers look for from their IoT devices requires “fuel”—and the fuel powering IoT devices is data. IoT devices continuously gather and exchange sensitive data; therefore, a compelling priority for any company producing tech for the IoT is data security. Below, 16 members of Forbes Technology Council share strategies to help IoT companies ensure the best possible data security in their newest products.
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