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VMware and ZingBox Join Forces to Improve Enterprise IoT Security

VMware and ZingBox Join Forces to Improve Enterprise IoT Security

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Recently, ZingBox announced that it will be combining its expertise with VMware to remodel the features of their enterprise IoT security solutions. These two companies will be working hand in hand to increase the IoT security protocols by integrating VMware Pulse IoT Center with ZingBox’s IoT personality-based approach to create a robust security solution for enterprises of every stature.

As predicted by Gartner, the combined solution will mitigate identified enterprise attacks by 28% until 2020. The companies have already started to work on their new project. And ZingBox assures the final product will be available in the market till 2018.

As stated by a ZingBox spokesperson, the VMware Pulse IoT center will consider all connected devices one, thus increasing the security of overall IoT infrastructure through real-time data. The solution will also help companies to accelerate the ROI, and streamline the deployment of IoT projects. Both companies understand the requirement of IoT security enhancement. With the joint project, we aim to elevate the threats of IoT and provide access to businesses to a more secure world.

May Wang, CTO of ZingBox states that “ZingBox focuses on IoT security and the need to tighten it at all levels—software, hardware, network and user access. Part of our mission is to educate the healthcare industry about the need for IoT operational analytics and its benefits. This partnership focuses on the benefits of our pre-integrated and pre-validated solution and how it reduces time to value for the end customer.”

According to a recent report, ZingBox has already received $22 million from the tech giant Dell Technologies as the initial fund. The company will invest the fund to build a strong IoT security solution that meets criteria of modern businesses. Both companies will soon develop a complex security IoT algorithm that will even rattle the heads of most proficient hackers and cyber criminals.

How the solution will tackle IoT threats is still a mystery, so let’s wait and see what these two companies have to offer.