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"Zero Touch" IoT Security Is Key to Continued Growth

November 12, 2018

By now it’s clear that the IoT will miss the much-touted target of 50B connected devices by 2020. The problem? IT managers are so worried about security issues that they are requiring manual provisioning of IoT devices.

In this article, we will explore:

  • How IoT device deployments differ from IT approaches
  • Why slow device provisioning decreases revenue
  • How a new “Zero Touch” onboarding platform satisfies IT while meeting IoT requirements
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