An answer to the IT shortage

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With a cybersecurity skill shortage not just looming, but here and in full effect, IT professionals are now realizing that this space may get worse before it gets better.

And as the internet of things (IoT) continues to play a greater role in the IT landscape, as well as prove essential to digital transformations, a cybersecurity shortage may not only expose IoT for enterprise to malicious cyber attacks, but also cause developed nations to second guess the idea of technology as a pillar to critical infrastructure.

Yes. There are plenty of IT professionals. But to be clear, No. There are not enough IT professionals who are abreast of emerging technologies, trained and positioned to help enterprise bridge the gap between cybersecurity and enterprise level IoT.

For example, Forbes projects the global IoT market to grow from $157 billion in 2016 to $457 billion by 2020. With that said, C-level decision makers can’t continue to pour resources into IoT implementation without addressing the lack of IT talent.

Simply put, automated cybersecurity solutions must be applied to IoT, not just as an answer to the IT shortage, but as enhanced threat mitigation for the enterprise.

NOVAM monitors and automatically mitigates IoT threats while providing auditing and compliance investigation for the enterprise.

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