December 2023 Newsletter

Shiri Butnaru|

December 2023 Newsletter

Shiri Butnaru|

Welcome to SAM’s newsletter, in which we explore a roundup of customer-focused insights and industry news stories related to visibility, security, and threat intelligence solutions for unmanaged networks and IoTs, empowering you to acquire actionable business and operational perspectives.

In this special holiday edition, we have exciting content to share, including highlights from SAM’s keynote at the prpl summit, discussing the evolution of carrier-grade CPE standards and the future of seamless communication, and our recent cybersecurity wins! Explore our Product Spotlight to see how SAM LIGO’s automatic device discovery, identification, and mapping can enhance customer and employee experiences, boost productivity, and refine risk analysis on unmanaged networks. We’ll also provide commentary on the upcoming ‘Cyber Trust Mark’ initiative for home and business IoT consumers and wrap up with insights on securing your IoT gadgets during the festive season.

From all of us at SAM, we extend our warmest wishes for a happy and secure holiday season!

Event Spotlight: Advancing Seamless Telecom Standards

As we wrap up an exceptional year, we’re thrilled to share a pivotal moment from our recent journey.

In the final months of 2023, we’ve actively shaped the industry’s path through our participation in key events like Network X and Orange Open Tech Days.

Notably, SAM’s VP Product partnered with prpl Foundation to deliver a significant keynote. This presentation highlights our instrumental role in advancing carrier-grade CPE standards and underscores our dedication to molding the very essence of our industry. Join us as we steer the telecom ecosystem toward a future of seamless communication.

News: Double Win for SAM with Recent Cybersecurity Awards

SAM has been recently honored with two prestigious industry awards! We’re humbled to be named “Cyber Security” winners at the World Communication Awards and recognized as the “IoT Security Analytics Solution of the Year” by the CyberSecurity Breakthrough Awards.

The competition was incredibly fierce, and we’d like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to all the other winners and nominees. It was a true pleasure engaging with such deserving industry leaders. 

Thank you all for being a part of our story and for your ongoing support in making networks safer and smarter.

Product Spotlight: SAM LIGO – Device ID for Unmanaged Networks

Curious about the future of network management and productivity enhancement? This product spotlight is turning to SAM LIGO!

Enhance customer and employee experiences, boost productivity, and refine risk analysis. SAM LIGO will help you achieve this through its automatic device discovery, identification, and mapping of network-connected devices, whether at home or in a work setting.

Distinguished by our proprietary device fingerprinting technology and an extensive database of 100s of millions of identified and monitored devices, even the most obscure IoT devices are brought to light, providing you with actionable insights from within the network.

Learn more about SAM’s Device ID solution for unmanaged networks and access our new data sheet below. 

Commentary: Evaluating the White House’s Upcoming ‘Cyber Trust Mark’

Kudos to IoT Business News for featuring the important commentary below on the White House’s upcoming ‘Cyber Trust Mark’ initiative, which promises to enhance IoT security through product labeling.

In case you’ve missed it, the following article examines the intricate security issues arising from the fragmented nature of the evolving IoT landscape. The central question that emerges is: Can these labels genuinely safeguard both home and business consumers?

Continue reading to uncover the concealed threats lurking within this expanding ecosystem, and explore innovative approaches for providing safer, more secure services to your subscribers.

Blog: Cybercriminals Don’t Take the Holidays Off

As the season of gift-giving draws near, it’s essential to address potential security risks that come with the IoT gadgets you’ll soon receive.

Will you consider applying accurate security policies to each of your new gadgets? While anti-virus software does a great job protecting your PCs, you should know that it doesn’t cover the rest of your network and IoTs.

And for our ISP friends, remember that your customers shouldn’t have to worry about the security of their new tech. Homeowners and small businesses simply don’t have the skills and time for that! 

Malware doesn’t discriminate between enterprise and home users – so why should you? The good news ­– SAM is here to help.

And in the meantime, be sure to follow these simple steps to ensure your new IoTs are secure at the very minimum.

Shiri Butnaru|


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