IoT Agenda:

IoT 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 --...

May 6, 2019  11:32 AM

Due diligence and compliance in IoT with digital twins and mirrors

Maria Horton Profile: Maria Horton
ai, AI security, digital twin, digital twin security, incident response plan, Internet of Things, iot, IoT compliance, iot security, IoT threats, mirrored world, mirrors, Risk management, securing IoT, Virtualization

Part of speed to market and efficient market investment management is the use of digital resources to create, adapt, manage and extend new revenue services. This is the foundation of today's rapid IoT and AI application growth. Digital transformation with IoT and AI tools is effectively a...


April 8, 2019  12:36 PM

Protecting the exploding attack surface: A blueprint for government agencies

Reggie Best Profile: Reggie Best
Attack surface, cyber-situational awareness, government security, intent-based network security, Internet of Things, iot, IoT compliance, IoT devices, IoT risks, iot security, IoT threats, Network security, securing IoT

No industry possesses more confidential, sensitive and proprietary information than government agencies. From citizen data and employee files to military plans and details about national laws and regulations, federal, state and local government agencies are a gold mine for nation-states and other...


January 3, 2019  5:44 PM

Bridge the gap between security and IT to support an overall IoT strategy

Brandon Reich Profile: Brandon Reich
connected camera, digital video, Internet of Things, iot, IoT compliance, IoT devices, iot security, IoT strategy, Shodan, Video surveillance

Networked surveillance cameras fit the definition of IoT devices. They're an evolution of formerly closed-circuit analog products that have been upgraded with advanced computing and networking capabilities, so they may be connected over a standard LAN/WAN or even via the cloud. So why don't the...


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