The Top Ten (Internet of) Things to Consider

    View Author April 2022

    Internet of Things (IoT) has increased the amount of information organizations handle and has changed the way this information is collected, stored and used.

    The collection, storage and use of IoT information also requires organizations to comply with a host of legal and regulatory obligations, which vary around the world.

    While the IoT is designed to make a user’s life simpler by providing devices that react and adapt to the user – whether a smart refrigerator, thermostat or home hub – to accomplish this, companies that provide these devices need detailed and specific information on the habits of the users. This information can be very personal in nature.