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End-to-end IoT security remains the top short-term priority for most respondents The latest survey conducted by the Internet of Things World and Omdia found that “an overwhelming majority” — 85% …

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cybercrime IoT security

We as humans like patterns. We like trends, labels and buzzwords. We like to fit our problems into a category that can be easily solved by one answer and when …

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The number of connected devices in the medical is growing fast, and while these IoT devices will bring a greater efficiency and innovation to the medical field, allowing patients to …

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LoRaWAN will work in the 2.4 GHz spectrum band, also occupied by Wi-Fi and Bluetooth systems, to enable LoRaWAN-based IoT devices to work globally at the same frequency for the …

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IoT security

In my previous articles here, and here, I explained the rationale for increased focus on device security and its challenges. The threats are more acute, especially from unknown foreign vendors …

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Microsoft: “If not addressed, industry challenges may compromise benefits to IoT” Microsoft Corp.’s new research report IoT Signals is designed to provide a global overview of the IoT landscape. The vendor-neutral …

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Nowadays, security and privacy are on everybody’s mind. Hardly a day goes by without the news of security breaches at major institutions. Most of the time, the reporting is focused …

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IoT security

The Internet of Things (IoT) is generating a great deal of excitement across all verticals, especially as operators ramp up plans for 5G networks. IoT increasingly is being used across …

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The UK government has set out a plan to secure and protect consumer IoT devices from cyber attacks. It is considering a mandatory labelling scheme to rate the security of …

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Following BlackHat 2018, there has been more discussion around IoT security. During the conference, Ijay Palansky, a partner at law firm Armstrong Teasdale, which represented plaintiffs in the 2015 hacking …

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