IoT Services

Enabling the Connected World. Streamlining the Complexities.

IOT Services

As many as 1 trillion connected devices will exist by 2025. Everything is connected, from consumer electronics and home appliances to medical devices and industrial equipment. Deploying, securing, and maintaining these connected devices is complex and requires many different capabilities and technologies throughout a single device lifecycle. Protiviti’s end-to-end IoT services address this complex, connected domain by empowering your organisation to deploy, secure, and maintain IoT devices throughout their lifecycle, ultimately reducing costs, increasing revenue, improving your customer experience, and unlocking valuable insights.

IOT Services

Connecting our World through the IoT

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Planning, Strategy and Solution Design

IoT Initiatives are highly complex and most likely to succeed with well-defined business outcomes and a comprehensive yet adaptive strategy. Our digital-first approach enables transformation through IoT solutions and a pragmatic, end-to-end IoT solution strategy.

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Solution Architecture and Deployment

Integrated solution architecture and design are key to IoT initiative success. We offer end-to-end IoT services, addressing all aspects of an IoT solution to simplify the deployment process, managed at scale with optimal cost structures.

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Lifecycle Management

Proactive device management includes solutions such as policy/procedure management, device updates, and identity and access management. Our IoT connectivity management solution affords visibility for device and connectivity monitoring and optimisation.

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Analytics and Insights

IoT value is created by collecting new data streams and unlocking hidden insights. Our data-driven solution framework incorporates data architecture early and often, enabling advanced capabilities such as edge computing and artificial intelligence.

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Enabling Secure IoT Solutions

The Internet of Things refers to connected devices that can “talk” to other devices without human interaction. Using a combination of sensors and connectivity technology such as Bluetooth, WiFi, cellular networks, and others, information regarding people and processes is shared and updated.

Combined with other capabilities such as data storage, analytics, visualisation tools, and security, connected devices impact how all industries, governments, and consumers interact with the physical world.

Chances are you use connected devices every day and may not even be conscious that these are IoT devices. Those who have grown up in the digital world often expect connectivity and the benefits it provides in our day-to-day activities. But as business usage of IoT expands, organisations are seeing increased benefits, including:

  • Automated and efficient processes
  • Access to live, updated data
  • Better utilisation of human resources and increased productivity
  • Enhanced asset utilisation
  • Cost savings
  • Innovation through new service offerings and capabilities
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Explore limitless opportunities to innovate, gain a competitive advantage, and realise operational efficiencies

Challenges in Implementing IoT

The IoT provides organisations with limitless opportunities to innovate, gain a competitive advantage, and realise operational efficiencies. As organisations pursue digital transformation by employing IoT devices, the security and privacy of these solutions should be top of mind—but is often overlooked or not considered. We are seeing a significant increase in organisations that: 

  • Do not have an inventory of current assets being utilised in their organisation with IoT capabilities 
  • Do not have the capability to identify potential threats or monitor suspicious traffic on these devices 
  • Do not have a plan, nor the skills and ability to update IoT devices if a security vulnerability is identified 
  • Do not have controls in place to manage security and risks that IoT introduces to an organisation 
  • Do not have a technology or business resiliency plan 
  • ​Integrate IoT with other technologies to take advantage of other capabilities, including blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotic process automation, cloud, and enterprise data analytics.

Explore limitless opportunities to innovate, gain a competitive advantage, and realise operational efficiencies