With the importance of security for IOT devices, one company is changing the way we see device authentication. Hologram ,a developer of software-defined cellular networks for IoT, has created a multi-factor authentication system. If a breach in security were to occur, the system would help to determine if an IOT device is safe to use in the future. Ben Forgan, CEO of Hologram said, “Right now, IoT security lags behind broader internet security standards resulting in massive botnets and frequent, large-scale hacks of consumer devices. Bringing multi-factor authentication to IoT solves many of the security and trust issues that plague connected products today.” Multi-factor authentication is a trending topic in the IOT space, and we look forward to learning more at the upcoming IoT Security 4.0 Conference, January 22nd to 25th.