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mhhfive
mhhfive
2/6/2019 2:04:09 PM
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Re: IoT
> "(although a recently passed California law might help fix that by 2020)."

What law is that, Joe? 

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batye
batye
2/1/2019 2:00:32 PM
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Re: IoT
@ms.akkineni  security planing is a must always as this days even small back door or little security hole cost big at the end... 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/31/2019 9:17:19 PM
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Re: IoT
Thta's for sure. It is still the begining and we have a long way to see its full potential and outcome. But definitely worth the travel.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/31/2019 9:11:31 PM
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Re: IoT
I think we have both good and bad sides. And we need 5G for sure, but we need to have good entry mechanism in terms of security measures. Also not evreything can be predicted but having a good response plan should help.

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TaimoorZubair
TaimoorZubair
1/30/2019 9:58:37 PM
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Guardian
Re: IoT
"And this is to say nothing of the complications of new 5G technology and the virtualization needed to support 5G networks."

@Joe: Agreed. The actual complexity of the 5G model is much more severe in nature. I still think it's a long way before it can become a commercial success.

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
1/30/2019 9:17:56 PM
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Re: IoT
@Taimoor: Sure. IoT devices already are, on the whole, chock full of security problems -- particularly the consumer ones (although a recently passed California law might help fix that by 2020).

And this is to say nothing of the complications of new 5G technology and the virtualization needed to support 5G networks.

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TaimoorZubair
TaimoorZubair
1/29/2019 10:20:43 PM
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Guardian
IoT
I think 5G technology in networks will certainly give a boost to the roll out of IoT devices both in homes and workplaces. That itself will present a plethora of security challenges which an enterprise must be prepared to deal with.

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