Before meshing new IoT elements into your network, you should consider how it fits as part of a comprehensive, end-to-end security strategy.
Blockchain's embedded, distributed trust architecture could enable secure end-to-end data transfer for IoT use cases.
Blockchain and IoT can be integrated to address issues with transparency, record verification for the logistics sector.
Blockchain is as a P2P distributed ledger forged by consensus and combined with a smart contract system. It could reinforce IoT security.
Blockchain and AI technologies are converging in interesting ways. Innovative companies are leveraging that convergence to serve the world at scale.
IoT and blockchain could help us better govern and monitor our environmental impact, coordinating economic development with environmental conservation.
In IoT, transaction security and authentication is an obstacle. IoT paired with blockchain technology is laying the groundwork more secure M2M transactions.
We can address the increasingly complex IoT cybersecurity landscape by holding our vendors, partners and ourselves above all fully accountable.
There are nine factors IoT firms must be aware of to achieve success in the coming years. They involve ensuring that IoT tools can connect to other standards and systems, remembering that IoT Interacts with the real world, achieving future-proofed scalability through a hub-and-zone model, and more.
Sharing economy 2.0 will see the redistribution of wealth. Innovative tech, including blockchain and IoT, lead us toward that end.