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The Internet of Things (IoT) enables utilities to place smart sensors in remote locations and no longer send work crews to those places. One challenge is ensuring that the remote connections used with the new technology are secure. Consequently, businesses are expected to spend $8 billion worldwide on 4G and 5G IoT network security in 2026, according to ABI Research. How is IoT impacting your remote workforce? What steps are you taking to secure such connections?  

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