From thermostats and voice assistants to fitness trackers and toys, smart and internet-connected gadgets are now found in nearly every room of most homes. It’s tempting to try and save money on these devices by capitalizing on less expensive secondhand products sold by third-parties like eBay, Craigslist and even friends or family. But, you may want to think twice before doing this.
As the "Internet of Things (IoT)" phenomenon is catching on in a big way, I wanted to quickly capture the state of affairs of IoT in the context of security and how different Juniper technologies can help provide security to IoT infrastructure as well as protect other enterprise infrastructure from IoT devices
In my last blog I discussed the risks associated with IoT. If we look at information technology progress in the last 25 years, it seems that malware or data-theft quickly follows major technology milestones. As much as we like to see technology innovation, hackers are are also finding new business opportunities.
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Juniper Networks consistently strives to be a thought leader and challenger in the networking industry, which is why we’ve shifted our vision from “digital disruption” to “digital cohesion.” Disruption implies a disturbance or a problem to the norm, and being reactive to things already happening.