CaptiveXS Helps Businesses Take Control of Their IoT Security

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The internet of things (IoT) has grown to a point where the entire world has become familiar with both its good and bad elements. Welcome to the era of the Internet of Things (IoT), where digitally connected devices are encroaching on every aspect of our lives, including our homes, offices, cars and even our bodies. With the advent of IPv6 and the wide deployment of Wi-Fi networks, IoT is growing at a dangerously fast pace, and Nokia’s Bell Labs Consulting suggests that there will be 20 billion such “other” devices connected to the network by 2020, outnumbering “IT” devices by almost 3 to 1. The range of devices using the IoT will be far more varied than for the classic Internet. Even if older industrial machines and accessories cannot connect directly, they can be retrofitted with additional devices to talk to the world. Meanwhile, an increasingly large number of other devices are now being introduced with IoT connectivity already designed into them. From baby cams, fridges, and toasters to turbines, locomotives, and smart buildings, web connections and traffic are multiplying exponentially. Read More

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Mr. Fellah, is a Senior Analyst and founder of Maravedis with 20-year experience in the wireless industry. He authored various landmark reports on Wi-Fi, LTE, 4G and technology trends in various industries including retail, restaurant and hospitality. He is regularly asked to speak at leading wireless and marketing events and to contribute to various influential portals and magazines such as RCR Wireless, 4G 360, Rethink Wireless, The Mobile Network, Telecom Reseller to name a few. He is a Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) and Certified Wireless Technology Specialist (CWTS).

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