IoT Agenda:

iot security


December 13, 2018  10:31 AM

Four trends proving device as a service is not a passing fad

Stephanie Dismore Profile: Stephanie Dismore
business models, DaaS, device as a service, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, IoT services, service models, subscription services, Sustainability, workforce

The "Uberization" effect is driving a seismic shift in the role services play in our increasingly on-demand economy. Enabled by technology, new service models allow customers to get exactly what they want when, where and how they want it. In notable ways, the service economy has already impacted...

December 11, 2018  4:01 PM

IoT cybersecurity: A major concern for agriculture

Karina Popova Profile: Karina Popova
farms, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, iot security, precision farming, smart farming, smartag

During the few last years, people have been creating complex connected machines. The whole network of IoT reveals incredible opportunities, but at the same time, we have been informed about negligence in IoT cybersecurity.

New technology = new IoT cybersecurity

Whenever you


December 11, 2018  12:43 PM

Mitigating IoT security risks through the use of deception technology

Carolyn Crandall Profile: Carolyn Crandall
cybersecurity, deception technology, Internet of Things, iot, IoT cybersecurity, IoT defense, IoT regulations, iot security, Network, Security

The internet of things is growing rapidly, and IoT-enabled devices are beginning to appear in all aspects of our lives. This not only impacts consumers, but also enterprises, as it is expected that over 50% of all organizations will have some form of IoT in operation in 2019. The number of...


December 11, 2018  12:05 PM

5G to provide advanced connectivity for fourth Industrial Revolution

Vicki Livingston Profile: Vicki Livingston
3GPP, 5G, 5G and IoT, 5G applications, 5G security, 5G technology, fourth Industrial Revolution, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT communications, IoT connectivity, iot security, IoT wireless, LTE, smart manufacturing

The rationale for the development of the fifth generation of mobile communications (5G) was not only to expand the broadband capabilities of mobile networks, but unlike previous communications technology generations (2G, 3G and 4G LTE), also to provide advanced wireless connectivity for a wide...


December 5, 2018  3:25 PM

The (secure) modern office connection in a mobile world

Christoph Ruef Profile: Christoph Ruef
connected devices, connected office, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, smart office, smart workplace, Workplace

It's clear that our lives are getting smarter -- just ask Alexa. From predictive mapping to intuitive temperature control to refrigerators that automatically order your grocery list, we've become accustomed to connectivity in our personal lives. The internet of things has been a revolutionary...


December 4, 2018  10:11 AM

New IoT security laws and proposals are a good start, but we need to do more

Nisarg Desai Profile: Nisarg Desai
Cybersecurity legislation, encrypted communications, Internet of Things, iot, IoT botnet, iot security, Mirai, securing IoT, security laws, Security legislation

The internet of things has kicked into high gear. For someone like myself who deals with IoT security on a daily basis, it is truly exciting to both witness and be a part of such a transformative force in our lives. But, IoT's powerful and dynamic nature notwithstanding, its still nascent existence...


December 3, 2018  3:17 PM

New business opportunities for using WebRTC and IoT

Serge Koba Profile: Serge Koba
augmented reality, Authentication, Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, IIoT security, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, iot security, WebRTC, WebRTC applications

By the year 2020, Gartner projects that devices connected to the internet of things will surpass 20 billion. IoT devices are increasingly being used as smart household devices, beacons and wearables, and in industrial applications. Businesses are discovering new opportunities to engage their...


December 3, 2018  12:42 PM

Commercial IoT environments require shared edge infrastructure

Justin Rigling Profile: Justin Rigling
Edge computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, IoT design, IoT edge, IoT hardware, IoT infrastructure, iot security, IoT software, IoT strategy, Silo, siloes

As enterprises continue to implement IoT for customer experiences, smart building systems, automation and more, we see that the workflow from the sensor to the cloud often exists within its own, individual silo. The result of this is that many businesses today are operating multiple, siloed, IoT...


November 30, 2018  1:01 PM

Addressing security at the edge

Jason Andersen Jason Andersen Profile: Jason Andersen
Digital security, edge, Edge computing, edge security, Internet of Things, iot, IoT edge, iot security, Operational technology, OT, OT security, Physical security, Security updates, Supply chain

More so than ever before, we're seeing an increase in the frequency and complexity of cyberattacks across all industries. Traditionally, companies have layers of security in place to protect themselves from data breaches and digital threats, but companies that utilize edge computing are at risk for...


November 30, 2018  11:28 AM

Navigating the IoT security minefield: Securing device-to-cloud flows

Andrew Useckas Profile: Andrew Useckas
Communications security, Hardware security, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Smartwatch, TLS, TLS 1.2, tpm, Trusted Platform Module, unique ID, unique identity, Wearables, wearables security

Here we go again -- another month, another IoT security issue in the news; this time a report by the BBC about how vulnerable MiSafes child-tracking smartwatches are to hackers. If you are one of the many...


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