IoT Security at Scale: Managing end-to-end security

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on 18 July 2018

Rigado Webinar on Ubuntu Core and IoT Security

Title: IoT Security at Scale: Managing end-to-end security for Commercial IoT Gateways

Speakers: Justin Rigling, CTO, Rigado

Date/Time: August 8, 12:00PM EST / 5:00PM BST

Rigado, a Canonical partner, provides a secure, scalable gateway solution to companies deploying large-scale Commercial IoT applications. In this webinar, Rigado will share their best practices for creating and managing IoT applications at thousands of locations, while maintaining end-to-end security from point of manufacture through to updates in the field. Rigado’s ‘Cascade’ infrastructure – utilising Ubuntu Core – offers a unique ‘edge-as-a-service’ solution to IoT teams that require edge connectivity and computing for applications such as asset tracking, smart buildings and sensing and monitoring.

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