An expert’s analysis: Here’s what we need to build a better IoT

Dr. Eduardo Rocha Senior Solutions Engineer & Security Analyst @ GlobalDots
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Eduardo Rocha, Senior Solutions Engineer at GlobalDots, contributed a guest post to BuiltIn, the online community for startups and tech companies. 

In the article, he outlined his approach for creating an IoT infrastructure that is both durable and secure. Here are some of the main takeaways:

1. The IoT industry has seen a steady growth over the past decade, and is predicted to generate up to $12.6 trillion in economic value by 2030.
2. Edge servers and CDNs can be used to enable IoT devices to function more agilely and reduce latency.
3. CDNs can provide important insights to enhance cyber protections and monitor CDN logs to protect against threats such as DDoS and bot attacks.

BuiltIn’s expert contributor network publishes thoughtful, solutions-oriented stories written by innovative tech professionals. 

The full article is available here

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