ROYAL OAK – The Internet of Things will radically change the way we interact with our environment but it also offers many targets of opportunity for cyber criminals to hack computer networks that serve as the backbone of IoT. At IoT TechConnect on April 4 at the Troy Marriott, three panel discussions will focus on teaching businesses how to keep the bad guys out.
The panel is co-chaired by Richard Stiennon of IT-Harvest and Caston Thomas, CEO of InterWorks. Richard joined Matt Roush and Mike Brennan on M2 TechCast to tell attendees what they can expect to hear about IoT Cybersecurity.
Those panels include:
Automation IOT security. With great responsibility comes great security requirements.
Security of IoTM, medical devices – keep private medical information private.
Industrial Control Systems Security – how protect the manufacturing network.