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To deliver lasting value from IoT, organizations must prioritize security. The current security talent shortage can be an obstacle for companies working to deploy a comprehensive IoT security strategy. But there is a way to augment existing teams and resources, even amidst the talent shortage, with trustworthy solutions that help meet the ongoing security needs of IoT—without diminishing opportunity for innovation.
Azure Updates Quarterly Retrospective - 2019 Q3
Securing Smart Devices is a Greenberg Strategy white paper, sponsored by Microsoft. This study provides insightful snapshots of a rapidly shifting market and the results are clear: consumers expect device manufacturers to take security seriously. Only manufacturers have the power to holistically secure devices from product inception through end-of-life. While adopting an end-to-end security approach for smart products will require investment, the potential to gain market share, add new revenue, and protect customers is well worth the effort.
This paper focuses on five common IoT security risks across your IoT ecosystem and offers tactical guidance for addressing them.
This datasheet outlines how Azure Government Secret provides secure, comprehensive and powerful cloud services to US Government agencies and their partners working with DoD Impact Level 6 data. Learn more about the mission-critical cloud for classified data.
The Device Authentication and Attestation (DAA) service is the primary point of contact with the Azure Sphere Security Service for Azure Sphere devices to authenticate their identity, ensure the integrity and trust of the system software, and certify that they are running a trusted code base. In addition, the DAA service provides Azure Sphere devices with a device authentication certificate, which can be used in downstream authentication flows to services such as the Azure Device Provisioning Service or directly to an Azure IoT Hub.