Consumer products like fitness trackers and smart thermostats are among the most easily identifiable things of the Internet of Things. But the IoT also has a buttoned-up side. Many enterprises are deploying sensor-packed devices that gather data and can communicate with other devices through the internet. Their benefits can be wide ranging, and they include the potential for improving decision-making capabilities and creating efficiencies through automation. There’s a catch, though: These data-rich, connected technologies can pose security risks. Cybercriminals have their eyes on the IoT, too.