IoT Agenda:

Security


May 2, 2019  3:17 PM

Can California legislation save the world from IoT security risks?

Guy Rosefelt Profile: Guy Rosefelt
Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT legislation, IoT regulations, iot security, IoT threats, malware, password security, Passwords, securing IoT, Security legislation, security regulations

I am known for railing against IoT devices because I consider them the eventual destroyers of the internet as we know it. They are not secure, most people that use them do not realize they are not secure, and most vendors that make them have done little knowing they are not secure. Having said...

May 2, 2019  1:53 PM

Monetizing IoT networks using a multi-application approach

Stephen Page Profile: Stephen Page
Identity management, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT monetization, IOT Network, IoT platform, IoT revenue, iot security, monetization, monetization models, PKI, revenue models

Most IoT product innovations are introduced on single-application IoT networks in niche vertical markets. Take, for example, smart metering's advanced metering infrastructure or smart city public lighting control and monitoring systems. But what if the organizations that own those products or...


May 1, 2019  12:44 PM

Beyond SB-327: Moving toward true IoT security

Arshad Noor Profile: Arshad Noor
Authentication, FIDO, FIDO Alliance, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, password security, Passwords, securing IoT, U2F

In light of a cybersecurity environment of never-ending attack vectors, legislators are working to make the digital world more secure. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), set to take effect on January 1, 2020, has grabbed most of the headlines in this regard, but a little-known bill called...


April 15, 2019  12:48 PM

Securing the IoT edge

John Maddison Profile: John Maddison
Authentication, credentials, Edge computing, edge security, firewall, intent-based segmentation, Internet of Things, iot, IoT communications, IoT devices, IoT edge, IoT encryption, iot security, network access control, securing IoT, Segmentation

The network has undergone a remarkable amount of change over a remarkably short period of time. The clearly defined perimeters of traditional networks have been eroded away by BYOD, mobile computing, migration to the cloud, IoT adoption and the new WAN edge. Of course, this sort of evolution is...


April 9, 2019  2:00 PM

Today’s PKI is purpose-built and ready for IoT

Jason Soroko Profile: Jason Soroko
attack detection, attack prevention, Authentication, Internet of Things, iot, IoT attacks, IoT legislation, IoT regulations, iot security, Mirai, PKI, Public-key infrastructure, securing IoT, Stuxnet

As connected devices become common throughout a wide range of industries, it should come as no surprise that we are reading about the increasing frequency of attacks targeting IoT devices and systems. Particularly alarming are the facts that many of these attacks are now targeting devices linked to...


March 29, 2019  1:33 PM

Investing wisely in digital security measures

Kevin von Keyserling Profile: Kevin von Keyserling
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Connected Health, Digital security, Encryption, Internet of Things, IoHT, IoMT, iot, IoT devices, iot security, PKI, Public-key infrastructure

As the internet of medical things grows, the delivery of care moves beyond the four walls of a hospital, and patients become more engaged and accountable. Device manufacturers must be wary of this impending shift because experts predict that there will be between 20 and 30 billion devices within


March 28, 2019  12:17 PM

The new standard for IoT security

Mahmoud Abdelkader Profile: Mahmoud Abdelkader
Authentication, Data-security, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, iot security, securing IoT, sensor network, SSL, TLS, wireless sensor network

It's undeniable that the internet of things will continue growing in popularity across a wide array of industries. More and more applications will begin to deploy wireless sensor networks as part of their products, services or operations, making it imperative for organizations to increase their...


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...


March 12, 2019  1:52 PM

Can we ensure consumer IoT privacy while enabling the data marketplace?

Ashley Stevenson Profile: Ashley Stevenson
Data Marketplace, Data privacy, digital identity, Identity management, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot privacy, iot security

The internet of things promises huge potential benefits for both consumers, who will gain access to better and more personalized services through smart devices, and businesses, for which the proliferation of connected devices and touchpoints will open up lucrative new revenue streams. One of...


March 7, 2019  10:05 AM

The hidden dangers of IoT devices

Richard van Hooijdonk Profile: Richard van Hooijdonk
botnets, Consumer IoT, DDOS, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, securing IoT

Gradually, almost without anyone realizing it, IoT devices have become an indispensable part of our everyday routine, bringing unprecedented levels of convenience and making our lives easier and more enjoyable. Aimed not only at adults, but also children and pets, IoT devices come in all shapes and...


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