IoT Agenda:

Compliance


May 17, 2019  11:21 AM

Mastering IoT compliance in a GDPR world

Reggie Best Profile: Reggie Best
Compliance, GDPR, Internet of Things, iot, IoT compliance, iot security, Network monitoring, network visibility, Policy Management, securing IoT

Believe it or not, the one-year anniversary of the date the General Data Protection Regulation went into effect is almost upon us. The May 25, 2018 date will live in infamy for many organizations --...

February 27, 2019  3:52 PM

Breaking down the silos to enable full potential of IoT

Andreas Neubacher Profile: Andreas Neubacher
Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT platform, IoT standards, IoT strategy, Standardization, standards

Mobile communications, based on the GSM standard, succeeded globally by enabling interoperability. With the availability of globally standardized technical interfaces, new business relationships and new forms of cooperation emerged. Today, users can choose their mobile phones from any vendor,...


January 30, 2019  2:46 PM

Standards and security: Thoughts on the connected car future

Richard Blech Profile: Richard Blech
Connected car, Connected vehicles, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot security, IoT standards, IT/OT convergence, open standards, Standardization, standards

Connected cars are moving past commonplace and becoming standard. According to data from Statista, by 2020 connected cars will account for 98% of the global car...


November 12, 2018  3:31 PM

Redfish expansion unlocking IoT-enabled data center

Jack Pouchet Profile: Jack Pouchet
Data Center, Data Center management, GATEWAY, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, protocol, Protocols, Standardization, standards

We too often talk about the internet of things in the abstract, much the same way we started talking about the cloud when most of the world really had no idea what the cloud was or what made it possible. The reality is incredibly complex: IoT requires millions of devices from countless...


October 25, 2018  11:53 AM

IEEE 802.16s: A wireless network standard for the industrial internet

Kathy Nelson Profile: Kathy Nelson
802.16, Enterprise IoT, IEEE 802.16, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, Mission-critical computing, standards, Wireless, Wireless standards

The industrial internet of things continues to grow, spanning from dense, bustling smart cities to remote network edge locations. Industrial operators in the utility, transportation, government and oil and gas sectors, to name a few, are shifting operations to become more interconnected, using...


October 23, 2018  1:29 PM

Limit variables like an experiment for a successful IoT strategy

James Kirkland Profile: James Kirkland
architecture, Enterprise IoT, experiment, Internet of Things, iot, standards, Testing

IoT implementations can sometimes seem like school science projects. With so much new and unknown, there's a lot of experimentation still being done. Like a science experiment, even the best IoT plan needs tweaking and testing to be successful. My son's project of building a robot provides some...


October 22, 2018  1:41 PM

The importance of network standardization in the age of connected cars

Haden Kirkpatrick Profile: Haden Kirkpatrick
Connected car, Connected vehicles, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IOT Network, Standardization, standards

We see it with Wi-Fi, PCs and electrical plug outlets. With smartphones and file formats. Even screwdrivers, nuts and bolts. All of these are governed by a common set of standards that reduce confusion, make integration easier, save money and assure all parties involved are happy. Naturally,...


October 15, 2018  2:57 PM

4 spooky internet of things goblins and how to outsmart them

Maciej Kranz Profile: Maciej Kranz
Complexity, Data privacy, Data-security, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot security, partners, security in IOT, standards

As a passionate advocate for the internet of things, I have long touted its ability to deliver tremendous business benefits, even as I have remained somewhat dismayed at the slower-than-expected rate of adoption. With so many spooky headlines about cybersecurity attacks and data breaches caused by...


September 26, 2018  2:59 PM

At crossroads for IoT, the recipe for progress blends different perspectives

James Kirkland Profile: James Kirkland
architecture, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, IoT devices, Open source, Open source software, Standard, Standardization, standards

I recently traveled to EclipseCon 2018 in Toulouse, France to participate in the Eclipse IoT integration subgroup. I flew into Madrid and took a puddle jumper to Toulouse. There, I enjoyed the mélange of culture offered by this Occitanie territory which boasts Spanish, Italian and French...


September 7, 2018  12:45 PM

The unlikelihood of ‘IoT, secure by design,’ and what we can do about it

Alec Rooney Profile: Alec Rooney
Automatic Updates, Botnet, DYN, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, Network security, Passwords, patch, patching, Regulations, Updates, vulnerabilities, WannaCry

The concept "secure by design" focuses on a number of recommendations to make IoT devices more secure. The most important of these recommendations is an ability for the user to update the firmware on these devices. Unfortunately, this recommendation does not go far enough, as evidenced by user...


Forgot Password

No problem! Submit your e-mail address below. We'll send you an e-mail containing your password.

Your password has been sent to: