The internet of things (IoT) has been a part of our lives for some time now. What’s new though, is magnitude of growth we’ve seen in IoT – both with devices and connections. And this spans our professional and personal lives. In fact, according to a recent report from Quadrant Knowledge Solutions, “internet of things technologies has emerged as the most significant trend impacting individuals and businesses equally”.
Both the overall growth and impact has governments taking note, realizing that in order to effectively secure the IoT, regulations are required. With so many devices in use (and growing!), and the amount of things they connect into – applications, networks, machine to machine etc. – the attack surface has expanded.
In this webinar, we will discuss in detail the threat that is associated with the IoT and what needs to be done to ensure a secure future.
- Main Theme: Privacy and Security
- Entrust IOT offerings
Senior Product Manager
Kalyan Arety is a Sr. Product Manager for Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and Internet of Things (IoT) at Entrust. He currently leads the Business operations, Managed PKI & CLM (Certificate Lifecycle Management) product within the PKI portfolio.
Kalyan is an MBA and a Computer science engineer with 16+ Years of experience in leading Business strategy, Product Management & Digital transformation initiatives in different domains (IT, Manufacturing & Insurance) across different geographies.
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