There are more IoT devices in the world than humans, according to Gartner. Brick-and-mortar retailers—those vying to remain in business—are increasingly aware of the need to “meet customers where they are” in terms of IoT, AI and analytics. Therefore, for many businesses IoT makes a lot of sense. But with new data-driven experiences comes new risk—and it’s more than just security.

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Brick and mortar retail stores must adapt as consumers demand tech-enabled shopping experiences that are convenient, fast and economical. The Internet of Things (IoT) will play a critical role in this transformation.

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