IoT assumes, in almost every case, either that (a) everything works correctly all the time, or (b) we can tell that it’s not working correctly and ignore it until it’s fixed. Underlying these seemingly reasonable assumptions is the belief that we can trust all the smart connected devices in the IoT world to tell us the truth about what they’re doing all the time. In this article for CFO magazine, Affiliate Partner John Parkinson discusses that we should be focusing on how we can move from a bunch of “smart connected things” to a situation where all these smart devices can actually be trusted. Which is a tougher problem than you might think.
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