The 7 properties of highly secure devices

IoT devices became the most attacked assets for cybercriminals during 2019. And with the number of active IoT devices on the rise, this trend is only expected to increase. Read this infographic to learn about the 7 properties of secure devices and how you can protect your IoT initiatives from malicious attackers. Then contact TeraCloud, Inc. to get started with #AzureIoT.

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Every day, new IoT devices are powering up around the world. Each one represents a source of insights into customer behavior and provides the data required to create and monitor impactful strategies. On the flip side, all of them also represent a possible entry point for malicious software and cybercriminals to steal sensitive business information and permanently damage an organization’s reputation.

To counter this threat, enterprise security has gotten increasingly elaborate and effective at creating multiple security systems depending on the property of each device and its relationship with the customer.

In this infographic, you’ll learn about the 7 properties that help modern IoT devices stay safe from cyber attacks and keep hackers at bay.

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