IoT Agenda:

HSM


November 5, 2018  12:52 PM

Challenges of data management in the internet of things

Chiaren Cushing Profile: Chiaren Cushing
Data Management, Encryption, Enterprise IoT, HSM, Infrastructure, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, iot security, Key management

The trajectory of data growth resulting from myriad devices -- macro to micro -- that capture or create data is beyond astounding. There's more data today than yesterday; there will be more -- much more -- data tomorrow than today. The internet of things is the newest contributor to the massive...

October 3, 2018  10:41 AM

Protecting the internet of things

Chiaren Cushing Profile: Chiaren Cushing
Cloud Security, Cyberattacks, cybersecurity, Data Encryption, Data-security, Encryption, Hardware security, HSM, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot security, security in IOT

Myriad articles have already been written regarding the internet of things. Advances in computing, communications and sensor technologies bring intelligence to previously passive objects, create new business models, drastically increase the volumes of data generated and improve the precision,...


February 16, 2018  1:35 PM

Top three things to expect with IoT security in 2018

Pat Wilbur Profile: Pat Wilbur
Authentication, HSM, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, malware, multifactor authentication, standards

January's Hide 'N Seek IoT botnet has reminded us all of the sophistication of attacks that will continue to appear and hamper our collective network management. These shifting IoT...

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September 25, 2017  11:32 AM

IoT data is growing fast, and security remains the biggest hurdle

Malte Pollmann Malte Pollmann Profile: Malte Pollmann
Cloud Security, Cloud storage, Edge computing, Encryption, Encryption keys, HSM, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot security, security in IOT

Data is the backbone and currency of the internet of things. Whether it's a sensor generating temperature data, a sock tracking a baby's vitals or a vending machine that sends alerts when products are low, IoT data needs to be transmitted, processed, secured and potentially stored. One thing is...


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