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Ovum IoT Security: Technology Strategies & Vendor Profiles
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2/16/2018  
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a rapidly expanding part of the global information economy, yet security exploits such as last year's Dyn attack by the Mirai botnet show that more attention needs to be paid to making the IoT safe. This report will help crystallize thinking about which technologies are required and which vendors to go to for them. It focuses primarily on security issues and solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things.
Ovum 2018 Trends to Watch: IT & Cybersecurity
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2/16/2018  
The IT and cybersecurity market is in rapid evolution. In this report, Ovum's principal analysts specializing in infrastructure solutions outline the changes in the market, explain which trends will have the biggest impact and highlight who will benefit from the fast-paced developments in IT and cybersecurity.
Ovum 2018 Trends to Watch: Managed Security Services
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12/5/2017  
The delivery of managed security services from the cloud and for the cloud environment is adding new players and categories of managed security providers, while expanding the need for existing providers to partner with niche technology providers and to integrate new services into their existing service portfolios. Find out how service providers, content providers and security technology vendors need to adapt in this report by Ovum.
Ovum's Mini-Guide to GDPR
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10/11/2017  
Are you ready for GDPR? Ovum’s free mini-guide to GDPR highlights the key areas that organizations should consider in preparing for GDPR's impact. Download it to learn more.




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