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Zero Trust Manufacturing: How to Embed IoT Device Security in Your Supply Chain

With so many supply chain partners, the reality is that you cannot trust the security of the manufacturing process to ensure that the hardware, firmware or credentials of the device have not been altered.

Manufacturers must take a “zero trust manufacturing” approach and design security into the device while maintaining effective security controls throughout the manufacturing process and product lifecycle to ensure the security, trustworthiness and safety of a device.

Join Ellen Boehm, VP of IoT Strategy & Operations and Ryan Yackel, VP of Product Marketing, as they walk through how IoT manufacturers can navigate complex supply chains to build trusted IoT devices.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Common IoT device security challenges that require a zero trust manufacturing approach
  • Where supply chain security breakdowns occur
  • Best Practices to Achieve Zero Trust Manufacturing

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