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Hortonworks’ Shaun Bierweiler: Security is Key as Agencies Use IoT to Manage Data Across Sources

Shaun Bierweiler

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 12, 2018 — Shaun Bierweiler, vice president of Hortonworks‘ (Nasdaq: HDP) U.S. public sector business, has said government agencies should integrate security measures as they increasingly leverage the internet of things to manage data across multiple sources, ExecutiveBiz reported Sept. 5.

Bierweiler said in a report published Sept. 4 that a data architecture with “baked-in” information and network security is critical for agencies as they look toward IoT to utilize data in support of operations.

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