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Security in the era of cognitive IoT

Security in the era of cognitive IoT
The connectivity of things such as thermostats, medical devices, automobiles and industrial equipment presents an exciting environment for innovation and new business opportunities. As we rely on connected devices to make our lives better and easier, security must be considered from every aspect. 
25th November 2016

Security Issues with the IoT

As a system of interconnected devices, the IoT has existed for decades, albeit under different names and in different guises. The ability to connect, communicate with, and remotely manage immense numbers of networked, automated devices via the internet has now permeated all areas of our lives. However, against a wider backdrop of increasing cyber fraud and online crime, our growing reliance on interconnected devices is raising serious concerns about security.
18th November 2016

Floodgate IoT Security Toolkit: complete solution for IoT edge devices

Floodgate IoT Security Toolkit: complete solution for IoT edge devices
Icon Labs announced its Floodgate IoT Security Toolkit. The solution enables IoT edge devices to be easily and securely integrated with IoT cloud platforms, including Verizon’s ThingSpace IoT Cloud Platform, and provides security management for remote IoT devices from a single user interface. The new Icon Labs Floodgate IoT Security Toolkit provides connectivity to the cloud platform over a secure communication link for both normal device operation and for security management.
18th November 2016


Auto cyber security boosted as IoT takes to the road

Auto cyber security boosted as IoT takes to the road
  Joint development efforts have been announced between Trillium and NXP Semiconductors for next-gen automotive cybersecurity applications. The announcement was made at the Munich opening of ESCAR Europe, the leading global conference series on automotive cyber security.
17th November 2016

Cybersecurity emerges as intrinsic element of Industry 4.0

In the coming two to three years, cyber security spending in the manufacturing industry is expected to increase by a minimum of 10%. A well-formulated security framework will become a norm for companies interested in adopting Industry 4.0 or any advanced manufacturing approach. Factories of the future are poised to have a link established with the outside world and the security in such a scenario will become an inevitable necessity for end-users across industries.
17th November 2016


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