IoT Agenda:

Security


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 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...


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...


November 29, 2018  12:10 PM

Four reasons to involve IT in IoT

Josh Garrett Profile: Josh Garrett
automated attacks, cloud, Data, Edge computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT cloud, IoT edge, iot security, IoT strategy, IT, MPLS, Network, SD-WAN, Security, WAN

IoT endpoints have the potential to create tremendous business benefits -- if they're strategically deployed and managed. So, why are 59% of today's enterprise IoT initiatives...


November 28, 2018  1:42 PM

Machine learning is transforming brand protection

Niall Murphy Niall Murphy Profile: Niall Murphy
Authentication, brand protection, device identity, GS1 Digital Link, identity, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, Machine learning, machine learning algorithms, smart supply chain, Supply chain, supply chain visibility

Marc Andreessen, founder of Netscape and now a pre-eminent Valley venture capitalist, says "software is eating the world." Algorithms available on-demand in the cloud and on our smartphones are changing the rules for every facet of our lives. Now machine learning is changing how consumer product...


November 26, 2018  2:12 PM

Outsourcing IoT and AI means SLA changes are on the horizon

Nacho De Marco Nacho De Marco Profile: Nacho De Marco
ai, enterprise ai, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT services, outsource, Outsourcing, Service Level Agreement, Service providers, Service-level agreement (SLA), Service-level agreements, SLA, SLAs

The IoT and AI markets are both booming, which means companies around the globe are looking for ways to capitalize on these technology trends. Accenture forecasted the IoT industry could add $14.2 trillion to the...


November 16, 2018  3:07 PM

IoT can create serious security vulnerabilities, so what should you do?

John Grimm Profile: John Grimm
Consumer IoT, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, IoT trust, PKI, Public-key infrastructure, trust, trustworthiness

Interconnected homes, smart refrigerators and digital assistants -- all promising technologies that have come to fruition in the last 10 years. With the exception of the flying car, many devices that were once science fiction have become reality. It's easy to see why IoT is so appealing....


November 16, 2018  10:38 AM

2019: Getting serious about IIoT security

Leon Hounshell Profile: Leon Hounshell
Cybersecurity legislation, IIoT, IIoT security, industrial internet of things, Industrial IoT, IoT cybersecurity, IoT legislation, iot security, IoT threats, password security, Security legislation

As 2018 draws to a close, industry would be wise to acknowledge the now-urgent necessity of prioritizing security across the industrial internet of things. Since the Industry 4.0 movement began sweeping across the globe, it's been


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