IoT Agenda:

February, 2018

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February 6, 2018  2:08 PM

IoT is revolutionizing natural disaster prediction

Vivek Mohan Profile: Vivek Mohan
Connectivity, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IOT Network, LoRA, LoraWAN, Wireless

In the decade following 2005, a total of 242 natural disasters occurred in the U.S. alone. These catastrophic forces of nature caused loss of life, human suffering and destruction of property on a massive scale, yet they represent only a fraction of the natural events that have affected people...

February 6, 2018  1:16 PM

Lessons from IoT Evolution Expo

Rick Harlow Profile: Rick Harlow
Agriculture, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Service providers, Sustainability, Water

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to be involved in a panel discussion at the IoT Evolution Expo in Orlando, Fla. The focus of the panel discussion was around how IoT is driving sustainability. It was interesting to see and discuss the two different talk tracts around this topic. On one...


February 6, 2018  12:23 PM

A method to the madness: How to think about security and privacy for IoT

Ted Harrington Profile: Ted Harrington
Compliance, Data-collection, Hackers, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot security, privacy, risk, Risk management, Security

As we enter a new year -- a year in which IoT is expected to continue its explosive adoption trend -- it is important to continue to be...


February 2, 2018  1:13 PM

The role retailers should play in driving IoT security certification standards

Greg Martin Profile: Greg Martin
Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, nist, retail, retailers

IoT devices have fundamentally changed the way both businesses and consumers function. Personal fitness trackers, digital cameras, home-grade Wi-Fi routers and drones have all weaseled their way into our daily lives, and enthusiasm for the technology shows no signs of slowing down. In fact,


February 1, 2018  3:05 PM

A big looming risk for IoT is privacy

Jose Nazario Profile: Jose Nazario
ethics, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot security

The security risks of the internet of things are well documented and ever growing. We've seen Mirai and other botnet attacks shut down sites around the web using the fire power of millions of co-opted webcams and other devices. There have been remote attacks and controlled hacks that have


February 1, 2018  1:55 PM

Wearables: The next wave of enterprise IoT?

Josh Garrett Profile: Josh Garrett
Boeing, customer, Data, Data-security, Efficiency, FBI, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot security, IT, manufacturer, relationship, Security, Software, Wearable devices, Wearables, Workflow

As the internet of things evolves and grows more advanced, global organizations are increasingly turning to wearable devices for real-time data feedback and a competitive edge over their peers. By 2020, there could be as many as


February 1, 2018  12:13 PM

Growth of open source adoption increases number of security vulnerabilities

Tae Jin Kang Profile: Tae Jin Kang
Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Open source, Open source security, Software vulnerabilities

The 2017 Equifax breach served as a major PSA of the growing size and scope of security vulnerabilities in open source -- software components and applications. Despite many...


February 1, 2018  12:08 PM

Be careful of ‘The Walking Dead’ of IoT

Francisco Maroto Francisco Maroto Profile: Francisco Maroto
Artificial intelligence, Blockchain, Internet of Things, iot, Startups, Strategy

Those who follow my articles know that I like to make comparisons between the internet of things and TV shows and movies. For this article, I have selected the famous show The Walking Dead. When preparing this article,


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