IoT Agenda:

Data privacy


March 12, 2019  1:52 PM

Can we ensure consumer IoT privacy while enabling the data marketplace?

Ashley Stevenson Profile: Ashley Stevenson
Data Marketplace, Data privacy, digital identity, Identity management, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot privacy, iot security

The internet of things promises huge potential benefits for both consumers, who will gain access to better and more personalized services through smart devices, and businesses, for which the proliferation of connected devices and touchpoints will open up lucrative new revenue streams. One of...

March 4, 2019  6:04 PM

Five IoT security and privacy trends to look out for in 2019

Peter Berg Profile: Peter Berg
cybersecurity, Data privacy, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot privacy, IoT regulations, iot security, PET, privacy-enhancing technologies, security regulations

What will 2019 bring to the internet of things? The 2018 forecast predicted new functionality and new...


February 5, 2019  12:45 PM

Smart biometric template storage often requires a hybrid approach

George Brostoff George Brostoff Profile: George Brostoff
Authentication, biometric, Biometrics, Data privacy, Data-security, GDPR, Identification, IoT data, iot privacy, iot security

One of the key issues that comes up when talking with leaders in the biometric security space is around who owns and where to store the biometric data -- particularly face authentication templates with the mathematical...


January 4, 2019  1:12 PM

The manifold dangers of IoT devices and their foreign platforms

Scott Ford Profile: Scott Ford
Consumer IoT, Data privacy, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT cybersecurity, IoT devices, IoT platforms, iot privacy, iot security

The number of consumer IoT devices entering the U.S. market is staggering. Gartner said a typical family home could contain more than 500 smart devices by 2022. These devices represent internet endpoints that...


November 12, 2018  10:25 AM

Steps carmakers need to make to secure connected car data

Kevin Valdek Profile: Kevin Valdek
Connected car, Connected vehicles, Data privacy, GDPR, Hardware security, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, OEM, privacy, Software security

We are steadily moving toward a future where connected cars are becoming the norm. This is in large part thanks to the huge increase in consumer demand that has been fuelled by the convenience that IoT-connected vehicles can offer. This consumer demand makes sense when we consider the...


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...


July 9, 2018  10:24 AM

5G and the future of the auto industry

Kate Migon Profile: Kate Migon
"Automotive industry", 5G, Authentication, Automobile, automotive, car, Cars, Connected car, Connectivity, Data privacy, Data-security, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot security, trust, wireless communication

The auto industry is no stranger to change. Through its entire history, carmakers have been quick to innovate and add the latest and greatest technology to their vehicles -- usually to improve safety or drive consumers to buy more cars. These days are no different. We aren't all zooming around...


July 6, 2018  12:23 PM

Net neutrality reversal drives privacy concerns for connected car data

Julian Weinberger Profile: Julian Weinberger
Authentication, Automobile, Cloud data Security, Connected car, Data privacy, GDPR, IoT data, iot security, Managed VPNs, Net Neutrality, Virtual Private Network, VPN, VPNs

Though the U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted to overturn net neutrality, individual states are taking matters into their own hands. More than two dozen states, including California, New York, Connecticut and Maryland, are considering legislation to


June 7, 2018  1:20 PM

Data: Its value and its consequences

Gordon Haff Profile: Gordon Haff
anonymity, Artificial intelligence, Data anonymization, Data privacy, Internet of Things, IoT data, iot security, Machine learning

Data is in a funny place these days. On the one hand, it's at the core of many of the hottest trends. IoT? That's often about connecting information technology to physical operational technology through data flows. Artificial intelligence? As practiced today, it's mostly focused on


June 6, 2018  11:18 AM

Echoes of Facebook: Edge computing to protect privacy

Aaron Allsbrook Aaron Allsbrook Profile: Aaron Allsbrook
Data, Data privacy, Edge analytics, Edge computing, Enterprise IoT, Facebook, Internet of Things, iot, IoT platform, iot security, Privacy and security, Privacy Protection, social media

Facebook recently admitted that almost all of its more than 2 billion user accounts have been scraped and used for any number of advertising or manipulative purposes. Users, congress and the press have


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