IoT Agenda:

November, 2017


November 8, 2017  3:35 PM

Binary code scanners, like purchasing security vulnerability insurance

Tae Jin Kang Profile: Tae Jin Kang
Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Open source, Open source security, security in IOT

In my previous article, "How to address the IoT security ticking time bomb," we examined the expected growth of the IoT devices and components market, which according to...

November 8, 2017  2:38 PM

The cloud will soon hinder IoT

Jonah Kowall Profile: Jonah Kowall
cloud, Distributed computing, Edge computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, IoT platform, platform

Today's IoT platforms and systems are built as or augmented to be cloud-native. The cloud provides advantages in speed to market, scalability, creative innovation and experimentation, which are business advantages when adapting to market demands. APIs make integrations straightforward and offer...


November 8, 2017  1:20 PM

‘Secure by default’ should be the motto for all IoT device manufacturers

Dan Timpson Profile: Dan Timpson
Authentication, Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, PKI, Public-key infrastructure, security in IOT

By 2020, over 25 billion devices, by conservative estimates, will be connected to the internet, and each one of those connections must be secure to mitigate risks and protect organizations and individuals from malicious attacks. To give you an idea of challenge this presents, consider that 10...


November 7, 2017  3:38 PM

Four keys to failure: How IoT projects crash and burn

Mike Bell Profile: Mike Bell
Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, patching, poc, proof of concept, Skills, Updates

These days, the only debate on the value of the internet of things is just how big the market will be, with the latest round of estimates putting the potential figure as high as half a...


November 7, 2017  12:29 PM

How Amazon Echo puts user experience in the hot seat

Antony Edwards Profile: Antony Edwards
Amazon, Digital assistant, ECHO, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, QA, User experience, UX

Amazon Echo products are predicted to be a hot holiday gift this year, with many wanting to tap into the promise of a digital home assistant. As 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


November 7, 2017  10:25 AM

The industrial IoT takeover from farm to fridge

Jason Andersen Jason Andersen Profile: Jason Andersen
cloud, Edge computing, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Supply chain, Supply Chain Management

An exciting part of the industrial internet of things is its impact on a wide variety of businesses and sectors -- some more unexpected than others. Take a large dairy, for example. Contrary to whatever outdated image this may conjure, today's large commercial dairies are very sophisticated...


November 6, 2017  4:27 PM

The evolution of enterprise IoT and its security risks

Ofer Amitai Profile: Ofer Amitai
Access control, Cyberattacks, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, iot security, Machine learning, Risk management, security in IOT, visibility

The internet of things is changing the world as we know it, connecting devices to the internet to collect, transfer and exchange data. While IoT has been around for some time as part of Industry 4.0 and available in consumer products such as Fitbit, Nest and so forth, its applications in the...


November 6, 2017  1:51 PM

Engineering IoT data to be agile, smart and valuable

Manish Mistry Manish Mistry Profile: Manish Mistry
Connected car, Data Management, Data Science, Enterprise IoT, Insurance, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data

As more industries explore the boundless business opportunities inherent in IoT connectivity, new use cases are being developed every day. From smart thermostats and


November 6, 2017  11:33 AM

IoT and life sciences: Tracing those little pills

Guy Courtin Profile: Guy Courtin
Connected Health, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, prescriptions, Remote monitoring, Supply chain

The world of life sciences and pharmaceuticals has taken on greater importance as we all live longer and more complicated lives. As science and medicine have progressed, a whole range of treatments have become available to treat common ailments and improve patients' lives, and as a result, many of...


November 3, 2017  1:57 PM

IoT’s impact on the digital divide

Greg Najjar Profile: Greg Najjar
3G, 4G, 5G, Connectivity, digital divide, Disaster Recovery, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, Smart cities, smart city, Wi-Fi, Wireless

Advances in connectivity have widened the digital divide, leaving many mid-to-low income Americans at risk of being left even further behind. 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


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