Device management for manufacturers

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How can manufacturers manage device lifecycles and security?

When buying new products, consumers increasingly consider the security aspect, questioning whether or not their smart devices are fully secure. Security is becoming a differentiator when purchasing an item. To help their brands stand out, IoT product manufacturers are now giving more importance to device security through its whole lifecycle. The objective is to protect networked products from vulnerabilities while maintaining productivity.

Three important security concerns should be considered when manufacturing connected devices:

  • How to securely and quickly onboard the new devices created every day
  • How to control the lifecycle of the objects, from creation to disposal
  • How to secure each device during its entire lifecycle
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