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October 10, 2019  2:10 PM

How to protect data privacy in connected cars

Julian Weinberger Profile: Julian Weinberger
commercial IoT, Connected car, connected car data, Consumer data, Internet of Things, iot, IoT attacks, iot privacy, iot security

From monitoring our driving habits to tracking our location, connected cars know our every move. With a black box or event data recorder collecting information inside 96% of automobiles, modern cars are as much a computer as they are a means of transportation. However, many drivers and...

August 13, 2019  1:25 PM

Disentangle IoT’s legal and ethical considerations

Helena Lisachuk Profile: Helena Lisachuk
Data governance, Internet of Things, iot, IoT compliance, IoT cybersecurity, iot privacy, IoT regulations, iot security

If you've ever watched a toddler eat spaghetti, you know just how messy it can get. The pasta tangle resists every effort, and sauce gets everywhere. Hands get involved. But as the child grows, they learn how to use tools more effectively. Within a few years, they can use a fork to tame the tangle...


July 29, 2019  3:44 PM

U.S. government imposes stricter IoT security measures on D-Link

Thomas Ryd Profile: Thomas Ryd
Internet of Things, iot, IoT cybersecurity, iot privacy, IoT regulations, iot security

Everyone in the industry knows IoT security is a mess. The industry has proven incapable of coping with cybersecurity problems as the commoditization of technology doesn’t allow for any unnecessary costs, including security. I have previously argued for a


July 2, 2019  1:11 PM

A sense of place: How IoT sensor data powers smart cities

Mike Branch Profile: Mike Branch
Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IoT hardware, iot privacy, IoT sensors, IoT use cases, smart city, smart city applications

What makes a smart city smart? Data. Terabytes of it from a myriad of sources, both public and private. And the more data a city has to work with, the smarter decisions it can make about infrastructure spending, ordinances and more. IoT sensors are a key source of this data. Take, for example, a...


June 5, 2019  1:55 PM

IoT device manufacturers: It’s time to secure our children’s smartwatches

Peter Berg Profile: Peter Berg
Authentication, Consumer IoT, Encryption, Identity Tokens, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT devices, iot privacy, iot security, securing IoT, Security tokens, Smartwatch, smartwatches, Tokenization, tokens

For concerned parents who want to ensure the safety of their children, smartwatches have become a promising solution for families seeking convenience and peace of mind. But while these devices have provided much-needed peace of mind for many parents, they have also opened up a host of security...


May 30, 2019  2:01 PM

Connected cars and the impact of digital transformation on the auto industry

Trevor Neumann Profile: Trevor Neumann
"Automotive industry", autonomous vehicle, Connected car, connected car security, Digital transformation, infotainment, Internet of Things, iot, iot privacy

While the safety, speed and quality of cars produced by the automotive industry have improved tremendously since its beginnings, it's taken until now for change to come in terms of their design, capabilities and function. Cars are evolving from simply a means of transportation to sophisticated,...


May 20, 2019  2:48 PM

Do we all have to be up in the cloud? Enter edge computing

Joseph Dureau Profile: Joseph Dureau
Consumer IoT, edge, Edge computing, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT edge, IoT edge computing, IoT latency, iot privacy, IoT reliability

Although it's hardly a secret, a steep rise in the number of connected devices around us is set to change the way we live, work and interact with technology. By 2025, forecasts indicate that there will be as many as


May 14, 2019  11:24 AM

Voice assistants, AI and the cloud: An illusion of performance and privacy

Joseph Dureau Profile: Joseph Dureau
ai, AI privacy, Consumer IoT, enterprise ai, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, iot privacy, iot security, neuromorphic chips, voice assistants

With AI, the choice between cloud performance and respect for consumer privacy is a false one. Not only can AI perform well locally, but through embedded technologies, it can also personalize understanding and thereby refine it. The voice-activated personal assistants developed by U.S. tech...


April 4, 2019  11:07 AM

Securing the ‘M’ in IoMT to ensure patient safety

Leon Lerman Profile: Leon Lerman
Connected Health, connected healthcare, Healthcare, Internet of Things, IoHT, IoMT, iot, IoT cybersecurity, IoT devices, iot privacy, iot security, patient data security

The market for the internet of medical things, or IoMT, which includes medical devices, servers and applications that connect to computer networks, is experiencing explosive growth. Hundreds of...


March 19, 2019  10:08 AM

The case for an internet code of conduct

Cees Links Profile: Cees Links
Internet, Internet of Things, internet privacy, Internet security, iot, IoT legislation, iot privacy, IoT regulations, iot security, privacy

It's abundantly clear that the internet has changed the world, making many aspects of our work and personal lives easier, healthier, more productive and satisfying. In fact, the internet is an essential part of daily life and an engine for economic growth around the world. But these benefits...


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