Roland Atoui, Author at IoT For All

Roland Atoui

Roland Atoui is an expert in cybersecurity and the Internet of Things (IoT) having recognized achievements working for companies such as Gemalto and Oracle with a background in both research and industry. From smart cards to smartphones to IoT technologies. Roland is a new technology enthusiast with a current mission to bring trust to the IoT. After following an Executive MBA education at EDHEC business school in France he founded Red Alert Labs – an IoT security firm addressing both technical and commercial cybersecurity challenges in IoT.

IoT Botnets and DDoS Attacks: Architecting Against Disaster

IoT networks can both amplify and be the targets of distributed denial of service (DDoS) or botnet attacks. Architect resilient solutions.

Securely Connecting Retail Environments

Connecting retail spaces, processes and objects to the internet can unlock new value for retailers, primarily by tangibly improving the customer experience. Connected retail comes with its security pitfalls however, and a strong security framework is essential is important to the enduring success of a digital retail transformation.

A Security Framework for Military IoT Devices and Weapons Systems

There’s perhaps no domain in which robust cybersecurity is more important than in connected defense products. Military contractors working on IoT products need to adhere to an iron-clad framework: correctly categorize the system, adjust security controls to requirements, convert security controls into national/international standards, then verify and test rigorously.

The Cyber Insurance Industry’s Plans Are Based on Yours

Industries that have yet to make appropriate security changes should take inspiration from the insurance industry and formulate a detection and response strategy.

IoT and GDPR: Your Opportunity to Leverage Privacy by Design

Anyone operating in the IoT space should be aware of the recent changes to the EU data protection program, GDPR.

Smart Building Security: Creating Your Digital Fortress

Smart buildings bring numerous conveniences to property managers, but IoT, which allows buildings and devices to communicate, also exposes security issues.