3 Concrete Ways To Highly Secure IoT Ecosystem


It’s 2019, and all of us should also be aligned with the technology hashtag of the new year: #Think2019! So, the first and foremost thought which comes to the minds of all technology services providers, and specifically IoT firms, is how to secure their IoT ecosystem of connected devices efficiently, effectively, and authentically. While tons of information & research can now be easily found on the web over this integral question, here is our addition of 3 concrete ways to highly secure IoT ecosystem in 2019 as well as making it reliable and noteworthy in your servicing circles.


Gadget security

Your cell phone is a confidential device. For instance, it is commonly the main gadget used effectively on corporate systems, and 90 percent of professionals between the age of 20-40 utilize a cell phone-based computerized national identity system propelled only seven years back. The GSMA has secured this move by creating Mobile Connect, a worldwide standard in digital identity authentication associated with a client’s cell phone.

We have to implement this type of security into the IoT. But, having said that, understanding the fact that securing IoT gadgets is somewhat different from securing individuals and their cell phones is the first step in the right direction. For instance, IoT connects an enormous range & number of devices as well as the fact that it does not seem normal for each IoT device to separately enter a password every time just to get access to its network. Additionally, the framework that runs our PCs and mobile phones are routinely refreshed, and on the other hand, many IoT gadgets have incredibly restricted abilities – having no downtime per se – and will go dormant a long time between getting updates.

So how businesses can effectively guard their IoT devices? It requires all: encompassing security approach, creating new plans of action, advances, principles, and guidelines.

It will likewise require robotization and human-consciousness at work simultaneously. All things considered, no single individual can physically deal with the huge volume of the employed device on an IoT ecosystem. In addition, the ceaseless stream of new gadgets and system reconfigurations implies that the security scene will have to evolve continually. In addition to that, the success of the security framework will be based on how effectively it will adjust to the evolving vulnerabilities as well.


Data Integrity, Confidentiality, & Privacy

The value of information depends on its confidentiality across the connected devices, seamlessness, the reliability of the cloud system and the investigative stages in case of a breach. Compromised privacy can incur disappointing results – particularly when it occurs on an enterprise scale. The direct effect is upon the service’ vivacity, reputation and reliability. An example of the correct approach on strong privacy & security of the data generated/sent by IoT deployments is this: rather than stressing over whether the data is being spied or eyed, it’s progressively crucial to ensure that there is no way left open for someone to mess with it.

This implies that every partner in the IoT ecosystem must guarantee that the data generated cannot, and will not, be controlled or messed with while in an intact, in-transit or in-use mode. This has to be a mandatory test, or a set of tests, with the substantial volumes of data produced by IoT gadgets which will help restrict on-board security mingling by unauthorized access in all cases.

With more information residing on the cloud servers these days, traditional protection parameters for modern systems & technologies will never again be sufficient. At the point when information streams cross over authoritative limits and countries, it must be secured at all stages; when it is produced, put away, transmitted, and utilized. This must be done over both trusted and untrusted frameworks. Security and privacy are essential pieces of the overall Information & Communication Technology sector.


End-to-End IoT Ecosystem Security

Securing end-to-end IoT ecosystem is another crucial step in providing full-fledged & comprehensively secure IoT services. However, when it comes to testing the security of end-to-end IoT ecosystem, most companies consider testing only the embedded devices on an IoT network as an effective & complete solution to security. That is, while an integral part indeed, is not at all a complete & overall end-to-end IoT ecosystem security approach; it’s a partial part of the security plan. So, in order to properly implement a complete end-to-end IoT ecosystem security plan, you must first need to know the entire terminology of end-to-end IoT ecosystem. Here’s the whole architecture below:


  • The relationship between embedded devices and related sensors, receivers, and actuators.
  • The relationship between mobile applications and command control software.
  • The relationship between cloud APIs and related network services. Developers can use a cloud API for encoding, and each API has a service of the cloud provider.’
  • All related network communication protocols in use, such as the Ethernet, 802.11 wireless networking protocols, and inter-component communication protocols (Zigbee, Z-Wave, and Bluetooth).
    (Source: DZone – IoT Section)


Therefore, implementing & securing this entire end-to-end IoT ecosystem infrastructure will make you a reliable & trustworthy IoT services provider. And with this ends our narrative on the 3 most efficient ways to comprehensively secure & make your IoT ecosystem reliable, trustworthy, and noteworthy, too. And if you still have any questions or concerns in your mind, do not hesitate to share them in the comments below, or leave a message to us at Sales@parlacom.net.

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Marketing Manager | Parlacom Telecommunications
Shazia Ahmed is the Marketing Manager for Parlacom™ Telecommunication. She has a deep interest in technology (specifically IoT). Shazia Ahmed occasionally contributes insightful blogs to the subsidiary of LeadingQuest LLC (parent company of Parlacom™), as well as on other technology blogs on the web. Connect with Shazia to know more about her interests and expertise.
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