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How Enterprises & Agencies Can Ensure IoT Security

As if network security wasn’t already difficult enough, the ongoing wave of IoT deployments has introduced a new onslaught of challenges.

With everyone from network administrators to nontechnical marketing professionals implementing devices and applications at a rapid rate — and in far-flung locations — protecting data is more difficult than ever before. Further, with IoT device guidelines still being formed, managing risk requires new levels of vigilance.

Join this webinar as Cradlepoint’s Todd Kelly and Dr. Chase Cunningham, a noted cybersecurity leader, explore best practices for IoT security. Webinar attendees will learn about:
•IT-approved tools for enterprise-class connectivity
•Zero trust security measures
•The importance of visibility into and control of IoT devices
•Meeting PCI, HIPAA, and other guidelines even amid the IoT revolution
•Challenges of in-vehicle IoT
Recorded Sep 10 2019 59 mins
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Todd Kelly, Cradlepoint; Dr. Chase Cunningham, Noted Cybersecurity Leader
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    George Mulhern, Cradlepoint | Susan Shaheen, UC Berkeley | Lori Pepper, California State Transportation Agency
    In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, mass transit ridership and fare revenues have plummeted by more than 90 percent at many agencies across the nation. While relief funds will address some of the short-term needs of these agencies, the long-term health and sustainability of the public transit system remain fragile.

    As we begin to emerge from months of shelter in place and think about the future, it is paramount that the public transit system delivers safe riding conditions to the millions that depend on public transportation. But it won’t be easy.

    This panel of researchers, academics, government officials and technology experts will discuss:
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    ●Strategies to bring back the levels of ridership required for a sustainable system,
    ●Technology solutions required to meet health and safety standards while improving the rider experience
    ●How to increase operational efficiency and drive new revenue streams.
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    The combination of lockdown and stay-at-home orders have driven restaurants to a variety of connected strategies for customer engagement and safety. There is now a stronger focus on a contactless customer service experience, increasing practices like self-service kiosks, online ordering, tableside payment devices, and temperature sensing equipment for workers pre-shift.

    Wireless connectivity offers the flexibility, reliability, and security necessary to enable these essential safety measures.

    Join this webinar on July 16 to learn how restaurants are leveraging LTE for:

    — Improved customer service and business operations
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    — Reliable connectivity for electronic POS systems as businesses move away from accepting cash
  • Telemedicine Offers the Flexibility Healthcare Requires in COVID-19 Recovery Jul 9 2020 4:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Cradlepoint’s Anthony Lawson, Manager, Technical Marketing Engineering and Devang Bhatt, Sr. Alliance Partner Program Manager
    Telemedicine has been embraced as a necessary means to sustain the health system during the pandemic, allowing patients and doctors to remain at home if needed. Online technologies such as remote at-home patient consultations via real-time video conferencing and digital transmission of medical data and imaging provide a life-saving way to keep vulnerable patients distanced and reduce the risk on health care providers. For the same reason, hospitals and clinics are offering healthcare outside of the clinic at temporary spaces and in mobile units.

    Reliable and fast networks are key to providing these services. To connect mission-critical healthcare workers from their home, vehicle, or temporary location, a network solution that can be deployed anywhere, be managed easily, and maintain security compliance is essential. This will build confidence in telemedicine, for both patients and providers.

    Join this webinar on July 9 to explore:


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    — How day-1 deployments deliver fast access to critical devices and applications
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    In this webinar, we will help demystify the real difference between 4G and 5G and how it will change your retail business for the future.

    Attendees of this webinar will learn:

    - How 5G will help retail organisations connect beyond traditional wired networks

    - How wireless broadband routers are helping retailers keep IoT devices, back-office applications, pop-up stores, Point-of-Sale devices, digital signage, self-serve kiosks, video surveillance, and guest WiFi be connected at all times

    - How to be online and trading in hours, not weeks or months

    - How to manage your entire store estate from one dashboard view with remote configuration

    7 July, 2:00 pm BST
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    Today’s retailers are anticipating lasting changes in the way consumers shop. This is driven by both the short-term response to COVID-19 and the long-term trend toward e-commerce. Traditional retail locations have to evolve to embrace the interdependence of online shopping and in-store support while implementing technologies to keep patrons and employees healthy.

    Join this webinar to learn about how retailers can leverage the latest networking solutions to support:

    — Capabilities such as contactless payments, temperature readers, curbside delivery, and queuing technologies.

    — Digital signs and surveillance for social distancing reminders and self-serve kiosks.

    — E-commerce support functions such as ship-from-store, BOPIS, and same-day delivery.
  • Learn About the New 5G-Optimized, Enterprise-Class Network Solution Recorded: Jun 9 2020 34 mins
    Cradlepoint's Dee Dee Pare, Senior Product Marketing Manager and Anthony Lawson,Technical Marketing Engineering Manager
    The new E3000 Series router, part of Cradlepoint’s Enterprise Branch NetCloud Service, is the industry’s first enterprise-class router optimized for 5G connectivity. The E3000 makes it easy for enterprise customers to embrace the simplicity, reliability, and freedom of a Wireless WAN while still maintaining robust performance and services.

    Join Cradlepoint’s DeeDee Pare`, Senior Product Marketing Manager, and Anthony Lawson, Technical Marketing Engineering Manager, on June 9 as they discuss a variety of capabilities including:

    — Leveraging enterprise-class, Gigabit LTE speeds and services for primary or failover

    — Adding 5G in an optimized platform combined with Cradlepoint 5G Wideband Adapters as Captive Modem

    — Deploying fast day-1 connectivity with embedded Cat 18 LTE Modem

    — Expanding the location reach with 802.11ax, or Wi-Fi 6, for more efficient use of existing broadband

    — Integrating into your existing network with standards-based
    dynamic routing and VPN tunnel support
  • How LTE and 5G Can Help Financial Businesses Stay Operational During COVID-19 Recorded: May 26 2020 48 mins
    Cradlepoint's Dee Dee Pare, Senior Product Marketing Manager
    To adapt from the impacts of COVID-19, many financial organizations are limiting access to appointment only and having employees work from home. This is increasing the financial industry’s reliance on online tools and alternate ways to reach customers. Cellular wireless can play a role in helping organizations deliver secure, reliable network access and Wi-Fi and enabling an agile response to customer service and business operations challenges.

    Join Cradlepoint’s Dee Dee Pare’, Senior Product Marketing Manager, and Aaron Maben, Corporate Security Solutions Engineer, to learn how Cradlepoint’s LTE-enabled networking solutions can help financial industries to:

    — Securely access and send information, such as client data and other transaction or trade data, without interruptions or downtime.

    — Access redundant connectivity for ATMs and self-serve kiosks for 24x7 uptime.

    — Isolate networks for projects needing rapid installation and IoT that can be quickly re-deployed as needed.

    — Use online tools and applications so employees can assist customers from anywhere.

    — Set up devices such as thermal temperature readers in lobbies.
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    Cradlepoint's Ken Hosac, VP of IoT Strategy & Business Development
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    — What technologies are available to help businesses adapt to a new normal
    — How Cradlepoint’s solutions serve as the connectivity and building blocks to deploy IoT applications
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    Cradlepoint's Ken Hosac, VP of IoT Strategy & Business Development
    Millions of Americans are heading back to work to businesses, but concerns about safety haven’t entirely gone away. To ease the transition, businesses are putting in place systems to keep employees and customers healthy and confident — systems in which IoT will play a critical role. A variety of IoT “things” are available for the workplace, such as cameras and sensors that detect body temperature, patient monitoring devices that can be remotely accessed, kiosks for ordering and consulting without face-to-face interaction, and cameras that can detect crowd density or if people are wearing facemasks.

    Join us for this webinar on May 21st to learn about:

    — How IoT can help employees get back to work with fewer risks
    — What technologies are available to help businesses adapt to a new normal
    — How Cradlepoint’s solutions serve as the connectivity and building blocks to deploy IoT applications
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    Jeanne Morain, iSpeak | Steve Smith, CoreSite | Ken Hosac, Cradlepoint | Karthikeyan Gunasekar, Aruba
    Today, 90% of all data is created and processed inside traditional centralized data centers or clouds. However, according to Gartner, by 2025, 75% of data is going to be processed at the Edge.

    With such a massive shift, what business opportunities will IoT at the Edge bring? Join this panel where experts explore the impact of IoT and Edge - including challenges as well as opportunities - in:

    - Smart cities
    - Retail
    - Manufacturing
    - Healthcare

    Panel:
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    Steve Smith, CRO, CoreSite
    Ken Hosac, VP of IoT Strategy & Business Development, Cradlepoint
    Karthikeyan Gunasekar, Category Lead EMEA, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company
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    Lester Lewis, Dallas County Office of IT, Devang Bhatt, Cradlepoint, and Gregory Brown, Verizon
    The COVID-19 pandemic has swept across the U.S. generating unprecedented disruption of the election cycles. Amid forced closures and social distancing protocols, state and local election administrators face added complexity to find and connect new polling locations that protect voter health, and quickly upgrade election systems at multiple sites to support vote integrity by guarding against cybersecurity threats and election fraud.

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    •Examine available federal funding to support state and local election continuity plans and security measures
    •Illustrate successful and more secure elections system network models that can be quickly deployed or upgraded, and managed remotely at scale.
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  • LTE Helps Sheriff’s Departments Better Prepare for Emergencies Recorded: Apr 30 2020 52 mins
    Daniel Dubief, Coprorate Solutions Engineer, Cradlepoint & Michael Fletcher, Public Safety Manager, Cradlepoint
    Discover how reliable LTE networking solutions can improve sheriff’s departments’ response time during emergencies. These agencies’ primary roles have expanded beyond maintaining security over inmates and patrolling unincorporated areas within their jurisdiction. When an emergency occurs, sheriff’s departments must act immediately in the areas they serve.

    During this webinar, the speakers will explore how secure LTE solutions in stations and vehicles enable connectivity for:
    - Covert and overt video cameras, in-vehicle computers, sensors, and more
    - Consistent internal and interagency communications
    - Modern CAD systems that bridge priority voice communication among first responder agencies
    - Faster response times
  • COVID-19: Secure Connectivity for Rapid First and Emergency Response Recorded: Apr 28 2020 48 mins
    Jonathan Fischer, Vice President, Cradlepoint & Larry Ewert, AT&T
    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, police and fire departments, EMS, military units, and other emergency response organizations face unprecedented challenges. Mobile network connectivity is of the utmost importance in a crisis —enabling highly reliable access to critical applications, near real-time communications, and data from IoT devices such as surveillance cameras. Whether deployed in a pop-up site, vehicle or mobile command center, wireless networks with FirstNet cellular connectivity are essential to a safe and effective response.

    Join us to learn how emergency service providers are leveraging enterprise-grade LTE and FirstNet cellular networks to securely connect first and emergency personnel in the field.

    Attendees will explore:

    • How responders can rely on wireless connectivity while out in the field and maintain constant access to mission-critical devices and apps.

    • How pop-up sites for testing and mobile command centers can be rapidly deployed with access to reliable and secure cellular connectivity.

    • How emergency responder organizations can utilize FirstNet for Band 14 expanded spectrum and priority and preemption across the AT&T network.
  • Emergency Networks for Federal Agencies Amid COVID-19 Recorded: Apr 22 2020 30 mins
    Cradlepoint's Mark Devol, Federal Team Lead
    Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Cradlepoint is here to help federal agencies quickly stand up wireless networks so they can keep vital processes moving. Our solutions are shipped within 24 hours and include simple, centralized network management, zero technical-touch architecture, and built-in security.

    Join this webinar to learn about:

    - Rapidly deployable networks for pop-up healthcare and medical testing
    stations
    - FIPS-compliant remote access to military and government
    applications from anywhere
    - HIPAA-compliant telemedicine that securely and reliably connects at-
    home doctors to patients
    - Remote surveillance for monitoring compliance of containment,
    shelter-in-place, and other community policy enforcement
    - At-home LTE-enabled, highly secure, and reliable networking
    solutions for government employees
  • Using LTE for Pop-Up Healthcare in COVID-19 Response Recorded: Apr 16 2020 33 mins
    Cradlepoint’s Alex Terrell, Global Sales Engineering Specialist, and Keith Plaskett, Senior Solutions Engineer
    Crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic underscore one of the most important healthcare trends in some time: temporary networks for pop-up care. In parking lots and many other places, mobile medical providers are relying on connected devices and applications to do their live-saving work. However, this only works with secure, reliable network access and Wi-Fi.

    Join us April 16 for a webinar exploring how healthcare providers are using centrally managed, LTE-enabled networking solutions with built-in Wi-Fi and integrated security to immediately enable the pop-up healthcare services our world is relying on during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    This webinar will explore:

    — Steps for setting up a temporary network using LTE
    — Data security options for a variety of scenarios
    — How cloud-based network control speeds up deployment
  • COVID-19 Response: Rapidly Deployable Network for Healthcare Recorded: Apr 10 2020 60 mins
    Donna Johnson, Vice President of Cradlepoint and Abicar Gonzalez, Enterprise Manager at AT&T FirstNet
    Medical professionals and emergency responders on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic are doing vital work — and they’re doing it anywhere and everywhere. From tents in parking lots to open buildings, hotels, and other locations, these emergency response teams need mission-critical cellular and on-site networks to keep essential technology, such as laptops, tablets, printers and medical equipment, always connected and operational.

    Join us to learn how AT&T and Cradlepoint can help frontline healthcare providers rapidly deploy secure and reliable on-site wireless networks with FirstNet cellular connectivity to support pop-up testing, quarantine, and healthcare delivery sites.

    Attendees will explore:

    • How to rapidly deploy on-site pop-up networks within 24 hours with no local IT support

    • Enabling IT with management tools to support on-site networks and connected devices

    • How FirstNet delivers mission-critical wireless communications

    • Why you don’t need to trade speed of deployment for security and how to protect patient information and comply with HIPAA regulations
  • Wi-Fi for At-Home Students without Connectivity Recorded: Apr 8 2020 34 mins
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    Join this webinar to learn how Cradlepoint can help deliver connectivity to students who otherwise wouldn’t have the Internet at home via school buses with cellular-connected routers and Wi-Fi access capability parked in students' neighborhoods.

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    At-home students can receive:

    - Secure network access to complete lessons from a phone, tablet, or computer
    - Content filtering to limit what websites can be accessed
    - Threat protection
  • Using LTE to Help Employees Work from Home Recorded: Apr 2 2020 31 mins
    Anthony Lawson, Technical Marketing Engineer, Cradlepoint
    Working from home has been a monumental shift during the COVID-19 pandemic. Challenges such as available bandwidth and data security make it difficult for some employees to perform their duties away from the office — especially if a VPN is needed.

    Watch our webinar April 2 to learn how organizations can use LTE-enabled networking solutions to easily get at-home employees set up with highly secure and reliable network connectivity — without involving the IT team.

    Join this webinar to explore:

    — Best practices for setting up enterprise-class connectivity at home
    — Security measures to consider
    — How centralized network management tools ease the burden on IT teams
  • LTE and the Future of Technology in Public Safety Recorded: Apr 1 2020 63 mins
    Ken Rehbehn, Directing Analyst, IHS Markit, Mark Tesh, L3Harris, Todd Krautkremer, Cradlepoint
    The global emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic has brought into focus the importance of LTE mission-critical communications. Emergency and first responders are utilizing LTE-enabled networks to instantly deploy diagnostic systems and response teams in parking lots, vacant buildings, military bases, and other first-line-of-defense environments.

    The use of mission-critical LTE is growing within public safety agencies as a
    complement to LMR and P25 communications, driven by the adoption of digital technologies as well as FirstNet and other nationwide public safety broadband networks. The growth rate is faster for vehicles, where LTE-based mobile routers are enabling robust in-vehicle networks.

    Join us to discover how LTE is transforming mission-critical communications
    within public safety. Speakers will discuss:

    - Commercial and nationwide public safety broadband cellular networks
    trends, including 5G

    - Specific use cases enabled by LTE, including use cases in response to the
    COVID-19 pandemic

    - How LMR and P25 devices are integrating LTE to expand first responder
    connectivity options

    - What is the pathway to 5G for public safety
  • How LTE and 5G Affect Healthcare and Emergency Response Recorded: Mar 26 2020 61 mins
    Dee Dee Pare', Senior Product Marketing Manager, Cradlepoint
    The impact of COVID-19 is the latest reminder that healthcare must be as flexible as available tools will allow. From pop-up networks, mobile screenings, and mobile health vehicles to telemedicine and IoT, technology is pushing the boundaries of how and where healthcare is offered. Whether inside a clinic or far beyond, healthcare requires flexible, reliable, and secure connectivity. In many situations, LTE and 5G are the best solution.

    Join this webinar to explore:

    — Best practices for getting a temporary network up and running during COVID-19 response
    — Ideal scenarios for using Wireless WAN in healthcare
    — How 5G will impact technologies and innovations that healthcare providers need for expanding access and improving patient satisfaction
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