Digital Identity + IoT
= Identity of Things

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IoT is Now The Identity of Things

There are a lot of exciting new devices, services, and connected things coming online. Awesome, but don’t forget: the digital identity of things is key to securing the internet of things. No one wants their connected car (let alone their assembly line!) getting hacked! Leading organizations choose ForgeRock to provide digital identity for the internet of things (IoT), whenever and wherever they need to connect users, devices, and things – whether it’s customer facing, industrial, citizen, employee or patient solutions.

IDoT GUIDE

Guide: Top 12 requirements for an IoT-ready identity platform

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ARE YOU IoT READY?

White paper: Deploy a secure IoT architecture to support customer and industrial IoT use cases

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IoT SECURITY WEBINAR

Webinar: Reduce risk and protect your organization with identity and IoT security

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GARTNER REPORT

Analyst Report: How to Justify IAM Initiatives by Aligning With CIO’s Priorities

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ForgeRock Edge Security

ForgeRock Edge Security offers identity-driven security by creating trusted identities, and ensuring the ongoing authenticity and authorization of connected devices and their transactions or data streams. Combined with the ForgeRock Identity Platform, the new capabilities support trusted authentication and granular relationship-based authorization decisions for common IoT design patterns, including device-to-device, device-to-service, and user-to-device.

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Connected Car

As vehicles become smarter and more connected, their technology relies on digital identity to personalize and secure the customer experience. For the fleet manager, insurance provider, consumer, and anyone else using a modern connected vehicle, knowing “who” can access “what” is essential.

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Digital Health IoT

Advancements in digital health technology means that medical professionals can partner with patients to collect data from apps, wearables, and digital health and wellness services to create one consistent, secure digital record across offices and departments and deliver a top-notch patient experience that is secure, modern, and personal.

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