IoT adoption for organisation is hugely growing. The adoption is being used to control environmental building settings including; lighting, heating, air purity, security, asset tracking, vape detection and much more. Despite this adoption, IoT is still fundamentally challenging to deploy due to complex and costly array of network equipment.
We are already seeing the additional strain being placed on organisations as they are being forced to operate differently and are meeting new challenges when it comes to operating efficiently during these turbulent times.
Wi-Fi Zero Trust is a new security architecture that promotes a zero-trust policy on any device, even if that device is an I.T asset of the organisation. The zero-trust security architecture defines a principle of 'never trust and always verify'.
Although WiFi bridges and WiFi meshing are common in replacing the need for cabling, they serve different requirements. Many IT professionals prefer to terminate access points using a wired connection; however, this isn’t always feasible or sensible.