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Mobile Survey Identifies Global Security Gaps as Networks Converge

March 28, 2024


Once upon a time, there were three discrete types of networks: enterprise, industrial, and telecommunications. They had their own borders and their own security rules. But the Internet swooped in and took a sledgehammer to the walls around the enterprise. And all manner of formerly ‘dumb’ objects grabbed a microchip and hopped on for the ride, as did our data and apps, which skittered off to new homes in the clouds. And telco operators and software vendors scrambled to keep these restless, borderless networks stitched together.

But where did the center of gravity for security land in all this? And whose job is it to defend enterprises from mobile threats that know no boundaries?

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