Cyber Security in the IoT Era

Consumers are increasingly embracing smart homes, equipped with multiple smart devices and sensors. By analysing usage data smart homes can provide personalised experience to intelligently predict and meet user needs. Meanwhile, connected home environment is also becoming attractive targets for attacks and illegal exploits, threatening consumers’ privacy as well as other critical information.

Different researches have recognised that the IoT market including smart homes will grow rapidly in the years to come. For example, Gartner predicted that the number IoT connections will reach 12 billion by the year 2020. It is also believed that wide-area especially cellular-based IoT will generate faster growth than the short-range based IoT networks. This trend will put network operators in a unique position to lead users to the next stage of the connected experience that is both private and secure.

This webinar will discuss how operators can create new values by upgrading from traditional cybersecurity methods to artificial intelligence based security solutions. The stake is very high, as if operators fail the security test, it will be more than financial loss they will suffer from. Join this webinar to learn more.

Santeri Kangas, Chief Technology Officer – CUJO AI
Wei Shi, Intelligence Content Manager – Telecoms.com


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What role will consumers expect telcos to play when COVID-19 is behind us?

  • As a reliable utility similar to the role they have managed to play during the pandemic (45%, 13 Votes)
  • Rolling out new technologies and services to support new customer behaviours (28%, 8 Votes)
  • Turning special service offerings during the pandemic into standard offerings (17%, 5 Votes)
  • As a digital platform that they have struggled to change into since the pre-COVID times (10%, 3 Votes)

Total Voters: 19

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