In the World of Unsecure IoT - Is Privacy Dead?


With the continued declaration by organisations everywhere that their security has been breached and their data lost, we’ve seen an immeasurable loss of personal identity information. When coupled with the modern trend to share our every movement, activity, thought and more critically – our personal details … we have to wonder if “privacy is dead”.

If it’s not dead now, will the rapidly expanding use of IoT devices, advent of smart cities and creation of an uber-connected world hasten its demise? In such a world, just how important is privacy, data security and protecting our IoT infrastructure?

These questions and more will be explored in a riveting event hosted by Nozomi Networks.

Join our esteemed panel of experts who are covering data privacy across IoT devices, smart cities and IoT infrastructure – who says privacy is dead?

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The Internet of Things (IoT), Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), and Operational Technology (OT) devices now make up more than 30% of the assets on enterprise networks. Despite this rapid proliferation, IoT devices pose immense cybersecurity risks as they are often stripped down platforms with virtually no security features and are often accessible by external users via wireless networks.

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