As a popular trend the last few years, manufacturers are taking older products that have been on the market for a while (even decades), building computers into them and connecting them to the Internet. Spanning from cars, smart home devices (like Amazon's Echo), smart meters and elevators, there's tons of older devices relying on Internet security. 

With this, how do you apply controls and maintain the security of your network while thousands of these devices that you can't change? There are the perceptions of threats these devices can pose, but there's also safety risks that aren't widely and adequately addressed.

Check out this BrightTALK webinar, where ThreatSTOP's VP of Security and Research, John Bambenek, talks how exactly to embrace the suck of this situation. How to protect the IoT devices that you can't change. Watch here.


If you're interested in learning more about ThreatSTOP and how we can provide the same network, on-prem protection when employee laptops are on the go, check out a quick demo of us here.