Role-Based Access Control in the IoT: A New Paradigm for Dealer Support
How do you simultaneously empower and control your dealers’ support activities? The Ayla Networks IoT platform’s role-based access control (RBAC) gives manufacturers the ability to grant selected access to their connected IoT HVAC products in the field—to in-house customer support, dealers, other maintenance personnel, even end users—based on specified ‘roles’.
What you will learn:
-How to enable dealers to access customer devices to best provide superior service
-How to manage access to device and consumer information
-How a multilayer authentication of device, app, and user can ensure integrity and protect against piracy
RecordedMar 28 201724 mins
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Role-Based Access Control in the IoT: A New Paradigm for Dealer SupportJosh Pederson, Director, Product Management, Ayla Networks[[ webcastStartDate * 1000 | amDateFormat: 'MMM D YYYY h:mm a' ]]24 mins