Supply Chain Attacks and IoT Devices – Know How to Limit Your Risk
Supply chain attacks came into focus recently with the discovery of the SolarWinds breach late last year. The shockwaves from this breach continue and it’s clear that no industry or entity is outside of the impact zone. Supply chain attacks are an increasingly popular attack method for hackers. Companies are adopting better security practices and technology solutions are improving their built-in security features. That leaves attackers looking for easier vulnerabilities to leverage, which can include IoT devices. Listen to this episode to learn: How IoT, OT and IoMT devices may be impacted by supply chain attacks Three ways to reduce the impact of an attack on these devices How to safely bridge the gap when transferring data from your devices through your network The role of least privilege and how it’s defined for IoT
Securing IoT Devices and the New “Smart” Normal
The new, “smart” normal brings with it new safety measures, automated processes and a continued focus on efficiency as organizations strive to do less with more—but enhanced workplace safety may require enhanced security as well. Integrating sensors with your network in addition to devices like access control systems can come with numerous security challenges. How can you be sure that your new, “smart” devices or areas are secure?
How IoT Technology Is Helping Businesses Get Back to Work Safely
As organizations begin re-opening, customer and employee safety is more important than ever. IoT technology like thermal imaging, contact tracing, access control and social distance monitoring can help protect anyone sharing a physical space. By using sensors to monitor critical information about anyone entering a building, like body temperature or physical distance, these solutions can help mitigate risk in a non-invasive way. Many of these systems send automated alerts to a targeted set of users, eliminating the need for manual screenings and reducing the number of dangerous bottlenecks at building entrances and exits. Listen to this episode to learn: The role that IoT technology is playing in helping businesses re-open safely How thermal imaging technologies are helping organizations everywhere mitigate the risk of illness in the workplace Best practices for selecting a thermal imaging solution and implementing a screening protocol Which new IoT technologies are on the horizon as part of a “back-to-work" blueprint
Network Virtualization of the Future: All You Need to Know About NSX
Transform your organization’s IT environment with a virtualization platform that has capabilities that improve virtually all functionalities previously performed on traditional hardware-based networks.
How to Get Started with Digital Transformation
“Digital transformation” is a popular business buzz word, but what exactly does it mean? When people talk about digital transformation, a lot of times they actually mean “digital modernization.” While these terms sound synonymous and are often used interchangeably, it is important to recognize key differences. Digital transformation is much more than simply going digital. It is the process of taking advantage of innovative technology to reimagine an organization’s processes, culture, people, and customer experiences. It can result in new business models, revenue streams, policies, and values. We’re speaking with industry expert Russ Nelson, who is our Adobe platform leader, to understand digital transformation and why it’s important, especially for industries facing disruption. Listen to this episode to learn: The difference between digital transformation and digital modernization What is driving digital transformation How to get kick-start your organization’s digital transformation Tips for a successful digital transformation