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iSpeak™ Internet of Things: Understanding Security Risks

The Internet of Things is an ideal concept for the digital connected world that we live in. Many technology organizations disagree because of the security risks. What are the top security risks? How do you address them before it becomes an epidemic? Join Jeanne Morain with special guests Alex Ryals & TBD to learn more about the best practices when planning your IOT strategy.
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Jeanne Morain, Business Technology Specialist; Alex Ryales - IOT Strategist Avnet
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