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Patrick Grillo, Senior Director, Security Solutions, Fortinet

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Has the world of IoT taken over your world? As yet another technology is being embraced for all of the wonderful things that it can do, the not so nice side of IoT is either being ignored or not understood by consumers and enterprises alike. In some ways IoT is nothing new, computers and mobile devices such as phones and tablets have been connecting to enterprise and carrier networks for years. But as whole new categories of devices are being recreated and connected, we see enterprises struggling with how to master and control this modern and high tech Hydra. This session will focus on the challenge of securing IoT devices in the enterprise network and will identify three key issues that enterprises need to be aware of in order to securely leverage the potential advantages of IoT.

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