Posts Tagged ‘Security’

NIST Pushing #IoT Security

Late yesterday FedScoop published an article pointing out that NIST is pushing a holistic cybersecurity process for IoT. The National Institute of Standards and Technology has released a draft document imploring the engineers of internet-connected technology to build security into their systems at every step of the process. NIST Special Publication 800-160 covers everything from smartphones…

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U.S. Intelligence Chief: We Might Use #IoT for Spying

Those of us in-the-know about the Internet of Things (IoT) are aware of all the talk related to security that surrounds the space. As we’ve seen from all of the revelations by Edward Snowden and others about the National Security Agency (NSA) mass surveillance activities around the world (and especially domestically), insecure IoT devices provide ample…

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The Future is the Internet of Things—Deal With It

As always, the crew over at Ars Technica has a well-written, in-depth (and long) article about IoT and how it is “…about to explode, perhaps literally, if privacy and security issues aren’t fixed.” It’s not a “we’re gonna scare you” article, but rather one that brings forth the issues all of us are reading and thinking about…

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Industrial Internet Will Replace Big Data & IoT

According to new research from GE and Accenture, executives across the Industrial and healthcare sectors see the enormous opportunities of the Industrial Internet and in many cases are deploying the first generation of solutions. The vast majority believe that Big Data analytics has the power to dramatically alter the competitive landscape of industries within just…

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