IoT Agenda:

Regulations


September 7, 2018  12:45 PM

The unlikelihood of ‘IoT, secure by design,’ and what we can do about it

Alec Rooney Profile: Alec Rooney
Automatic Updates, Botnet, DYN, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, Network security, Passwords, patch, patching, Regulations, Updates, vulnerabilities, WannaCry

The concept "secure by design" focuses on a number of recommendations to make IoT devices more secure. The most important of these recommendations is an ability for the user to update the firmware on these devices. Unfortunately, this recommendation does not go far enough, as evidenced by user...

September 4, 2018  10:51 AM

Hybrid IoT deployments give customers flexibility of choice

Dipesh Patel Profile: Dipesh Patel
cloud, hybrid, Hybrid Network, Integration, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IOT Network, iot security, On-premises, Public Cloud, Regulations

Today's public cloud offerings have helped many companies deploy their products faster and reduce their own data center infrastructure and capital expenses. These readily available public cloud infrastructures have provided an excellent platform to create a variety of different connected products...


August 1, 2018  4:20 PM

Risky business? How to manage IoT security in the enterprise

André Christ Profile: André Christ
Digital security, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IOT Network, iot security, Microservices, Physical security, Regulations, security in IOT

Nearly every week, we hear about a new cyberattack or security breach. In fact, more than 1.7 billion identities have been exposed in data breaches in the past eight...


June 13, 2018  12:06 PM

Simplifying the autonomous car

Ankush Tiwari Profile: Ankush Tiwari
car, Cars, Connected car, Connected vehicles, government, Internet of Things, iot, Regulations, safety, self-driving car, Smart transit, transportation, Vehicle

Everyone is talking about the use of artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning for self-driving cars. Car manufacturers and tech innovators all over the world envision a day when cars will no longer need drivers. Cars will handle everything, including deft maneuvering, detours and...


May 8, 2018  3:54 PM

CBRS, LAA and haven’t we been here before?

Greg Najjar Profile: Greg Najjar
Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, Microsoft, Regulations, White space, Wireless, Wireless connection

There is a cutting-edge technology aiming to increase blanket connectivity, solve for the last mile and provide a new approach to delivering high-quality connections. It is being tested in underserved markets, and technology leaders such as Google and Microsoft are investing heavily in...


January 9, 2018  10:32 AM

Why governments must take the lead on IoT security frameworks

Marin Ivezic Marin Ivezic Profile: Marin Ivezic
Cyber, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, regulation, Regulations, security in IOT

When we think about our physical safety, it is contextual and adaptive. In sharp contrast to how we think about IoT security. Even though our physical well-being is increasingly being threatened by cyber vulnerabilities in IoT technologies, we tend to ignore IoT security, or at best oversimplify...


December 11, 2017  2:19 PM

Tragedy of the commons: Why IoT regulation may be a necessary evil

Lars Lydersen Profile: Lars Lydersen
cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, regulation, Regulations, Security, security in IOT

What can sheep teach us about securing IoT? To understand the dilemma represented by the need to have secure devices, think about the problem in terms of collective ownership, like sheep grazing in a commonly owned pasture. In 1968, an evolutionary biologist named Garret Hardin published a paper...


December 7, 2017  11:53 AM

Regulation for IoT security and data privacy

Ritesh Mehta Ritesh Mehta Profile: Ritesh Mehta
Internet of Things, iot, iot security, manufacturers, Regulations

Software development programs that implement the internet of things today have to include measures to protect privacy and strengthen security as data becomes more and more accessible via the internet and connected devices.


December 1, 2017  12:12 PM

Is IoT really being regulated to address security concerns?

Ofer Amitai Profile: Ofer Amitai
Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, multifactor authentication, Passwords, Regulations, security in IOT

The internet of things is quickly becoming the next frontier of technological innovation for consumers, businesses, industry and governments. Gartner predicts that by 2020, IoT technology will be...


November 15, 2017  10:48 AM

Why manufacturers make insecure IoT devices and how you can protect them

Pedro Abreu Profile: Pedro Abreu
Compliance, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IOT Network, iot security, manufacturers, Manufacturing, Network monitoring, Regulations, security in IOT, Threat detection, visibility

Forty-eight percent of U.S. companies with IoT devices on their network have been breached, according to a recent study. All industries, including...


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