Security

Issues and advances in security related topics surrounding the Internet of Things

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Why You Need Digital Policies for Your IoT Devices

It’s important to build IoT on a foundation of strong digital policies. Without digital policies, your organization is at greater risk than you realize.
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Cybercriminals Take Aim: The Dark Side of IoT

As IoT extends network connectivity to a plethora of new objects, the number of attack surfaces increases manifold. IoT cybercrime is on the rise.
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Mitigating IoT Medical Device Risks (Part I): Making On-Network Devices Visible

Healthcare security leaders face many challenges, but one of the trickiest is cyber-protecting medical devices. Unprotected medical devices lead to more...
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NGI Horizon 2020: Calling All IoT Innovators

The NGI, or Next Generation Internet (NGI) initiative, was started by the European Commission back in 2016. It's funded by the European Union's Horizon...
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Top Hacks and Cybersecurity Breaches of 2018

The year 2018 had its fair share of data breaches and cybersecurity fails, and it witnessed this troubling trend all year long....
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Be Wary of the Downside of IoT Success

The runaway success of Internet of Things (IoT) devices presents fascinating ways to implement them within both customer-facing businesses and manufacturing plants.
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Why We Need Personal Data Management Systems

Privacy and data management platforms are being built on the foundations that GDPR has laid. Nonetheless, there's still a long way to go.
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What Do IoT Security-Savvy Companies Know That Others Don’t?

The gap between companies that are the most security-savvy about the Internet of Things (IoT) and those that are the most security-challenged...

CES 2019 Recap: IoT Tech With a Social Impact

CES 2019 proved socially impactful IoT products are economically viable and technically impressive. Tech innovators should ask, “how can I help the world?”
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IoT Applications in the Fire Safety Industry

The automatic fire sprinkler has remained fundamentally unchanged since Frederick Grinnell invented the first practical sprinkler in 1882. In 1890, he invented the glass...

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