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Smart cities must be cyber-smart cities

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Andrew Lee, ESET Government Affairs Liaison looks into how cities turn to IoT to address long-standing urban problems, what are the risks of leaving cybersecurity behind at the planning phase? You’ve probably heard the term “smart cities” – that is, the idea that extensive use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to monitor energy, utilities…

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Overlooking security could break the Internet of Things

Overlooking security could break the Internet of Things

Overlooking security could break the Internet of Things Everyone is talking about the Internet of Things. Connected devices are gaining momentum in homes, businesses and public service infrastructure. These devices are not only creating new possibilities for how we work and communicate but fundamentally transforming every aspect of life, from automated drug administration devices to…

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Intel Security Internet of Things Smart Home Survey

Intel Security Internet of Things Smart Home Survey

A majority of respondents worldwide (54 percent) indicated they might be willing to share their personal data collected from their smart home with companies in exchange for money, and 70 percent agree that companies should give coupons and discounts to customers in return for data about device usage, according to a survey of global consumers sponsored by Intel Security.

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IoT security – you are in control!

IoT security – you are in control!

IoT Security – you are in control! Russell Doty, Technology Product Manager, Red Hat The Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) is revolutionising how sensors and controllers are made and connected. The devices are becoming more capable and more intelligent. Using a network interface instead of direct hardwired connections for connecting the devices greatly simplifies installation…

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Blackberry Enables Companies to Derive Value from Internet of Things

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BlackBerry Limited, a world leader in mobile communications, has unveiled a series of initiatives, codenamed Project Ion, to help businesses easily connect people, devices and machines, and derive value from these connections. Project Ion is a cornerstone of BlackBerry’s vision to offer end-to-end solutions for the Internet of Things. According to Forrester Research, Inc., “New…

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