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Safe Solutions for the Internet of Things

Connected devices and objects not only make our everyday life easier and more efficient. They create the challenge for established companies like Thales to deal with digitization - so how can we make this new connected world safer?

As a global technology leader and one of the leading providers in the European security market, Thales also meets the need to protect smart devices and connected objects reliably and throughout their lifecycle.

Big Data: Collect and Analyze

The huge amounts of data generated with big data technologies provide a whole range of opportunities for companies and new ways to create value for all involved.
Profitability and productivity go hand in hand: Big Data and IoT can be used, for example. In the manufacturing environment, it helps to evaluate production data and to correlate individual process steps in order to become more productive or to find new ways to communicate with each other, e.g. to exchange business applications.

Connected objects and IoT services open up many opportunities, but they also raise a number of legal concerns. For Thales, the market for IoT security is therefore essential and decisive for the future! Read more: Safer Internet of Things

SCOP: Safe throughout the life cycle

There is clearly a need to reliably guarantee security for all these connected devices and objects. The Secure Connected Objects Platform (SCOP) is used to assess the security of connected devices and objects.

In conjunction with IT services, they will account for the majority of the global IoT market by 2020; in business, e.g. Transportation / Smart Cities, Secure Communication and Information Banking. More about SCOP

Share: Share knowledge

The attitude towards technology transfer has changed significantly in the last 20 years. Companies that were previously unwilling to understand now understand that sharing knowledge is an important part of their business. This is particularly evident in business relocations abroad. To the article Knowledge Sharing

“Protecting your know-how doesn’t mean that you can’t transfer technology. You need to be clear about what makes your product different from the competition, what you would like to keep for yourself and what you are ready to share. You can decide that keeping a component – a specific material or a process – is enough to protect you". Marko Erman