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From a security standpoint, the proliferation of IoT devices can create new challenges for your customers.

Redundancy and failover management is crucial for devices that process data at the edge, ensuring the data is delivered and processed correctly when a single node goes down.

As the number of IoT devices grow, it is imperative that IT understand the potential security issues around these devices and make sure those systems can be adequately protected.

The proliferation of IoT devices can create new challenges for your customers. Your customers are going to be concerned about data encryption, access-control practices, and utilizing VPN tunneling. Redundancy and failover management is crucial for devices that process data at the edge to ensure the data is delivered and processed correctly when a single node goes down. As the number of IoT devices grow, it is imperative that IT understand the potential security issues around these devices and make sure those systems can be adequately secured.

The average cost of a data breach in 2020 will exceed

$150M

43%

of cyber attacks target small business

There is a hacker attack every

39 seconds

The final frontier of data vulnerability is at the rack level. Ponemon Institute reported that:

Human Error is to blame for

22% of unplanned data center outages

Simple changes to infrastructure set-up can make a big difference when it comes to securing your customer’s edge environments. Provide this helpful guide to your customers:

Keeping Your Infrastructure Secure

Each deployment is different, and your customers are going to be faced with a variety of challenges in many different applications. Here are a few tips for guiding them through the process and ways we can help.

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