How to Develop IoT Applications: A Complete Guide for 2022

The Crazy Programmer

People create IoT applications; people use IoT applications—the world’s technology grows from the internet to the Internet of Things, from middlemen transaction processes to Smart Contracts. How do you develop IoT applications ? There is a demand for IoT applications, but launching into the building process without a thorough step-by-step outlook will leave you with an application you cannot use because it is poorly built. 4 Stages of Building an IoT App.

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How IoT Impacts The Finance Sector

Daffodil Software

The various applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) have helped companies across the board to automate processes and improve their bottom line. Internet of Things (IoT

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How IoT Allows Precise Location-Based Tracking

Daffodil Software

The Internet of Things (IoT) sees most of its usage in the domain of asset tracking. Companies can make better decisions about their products if they can keep track of where their precious cargo is and therefore, location-based applications of IoT have always been dominant use cases.

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Closing the Education Gap for IoT Developers

DevOps.com

The most common thing I hear from developers who are building internet of things (IoT) solutions is: It isn’t easy. There’s also no shortage of technologies to choose from for deploying an IoT solution. The post Closing the Education Gap for IoT Developers appeared first on DevOps.com.

Is Your IoT Pilot in Danger?

Take our short quiz to determine if your IoT pilot is set up for success, or at risk of being delayed.

IoT Developers: Get Familiar With LoRaWAN for 2022

DevOps.com

IoT Analytics forecast the global number of connected IoT devices would grow to 12.3 The post IoT Developers: Get Familiar With LoRaWAN for 2022 appeared first on DevOps.com. billion active endpoints in 2021.

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Why Trust and Integrity are Critical to IoT

DevOps.com

We hear a lot about how the IoT is transforming people’s work and daily lives, but for me, its impact goes deeper. As a Type I diabetic, I depend on data from an IoT device to stay healthy. The post Why Trust and Integrity are Critical to IoT appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Meet Muhstik – IoT Botnet Infecting Cloud Servers

Lacework

Cloud infrastructure is generally immune to IoT related threats however there are some exceptions – one of these is “Muhstik”. The post Meet Muhstik – IoT Botnet Infecting Cloud Servers appeared first on Lacework. Blog labs botnet Cloud Security iot

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Accelerating IoT by Switching Gears to 5G

DevOps.com

The post Accelerating IoT by Switching Gears to 5G appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs Infrastructure/Networking IT as Code 5G ai IIoT Industry IoT IoT machine learning

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Balancing UX and Privacy With IoT

DevOps.com

As more IoT devices track data to improve customer UX, privacy concerns are becoming more prevalent. The internet of things, or IoT, is a system that has changed the way we perceive technology. The post Balancing UX and Privacy With IoT appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Time to Think IoT Data, Not Endpoints

CTOvision

Read why Gary Audin says that it is time to realign focus from thinking about the endpoint devices to the Internet of Things data that is produced on IoT Evolution […].

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IoT: Roadrunners, pilot purgatory and quantum leaps

Beyond B2B

In 2022, there are three growing trends for the Internet of Things (IoT) that could impact the organizational aspects of your progress. IoT Advanced Analytics

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Compressed air and the IoT

Beyond B2B

Integration & APIs IoTThe paint job on your car is beautiful; it turns heads and reflects your personality.

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Most enterprises struggle with IoT security incidents

CTOvision

According to new data released by Cybersecurity Insiders, 72% of organizations experienced an increase in endpoint and IoT security incidents in the last year, while 56% anticipate their organization will […].

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New FedRAMP Authorization Secures IoT Devices for Federal Agencies

Palo Alto Networks

To support the federal government’s Zero Trust cybersecurity initiative, Palo Alto Networks announced today that its IoT Security solution has achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Moderate Authorization. Zero Trust Security for IoT Devices.

Top 5 Techniques for IoT Scalability and Their Challenges

Daffodil Software

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a technological framework that is being adopted in myriad industries at a fierce rate. Simultaneously, the number of connected IoT devices is also increasing rapidly, posing the need to improve one of the most important aspects of IoT - scalability.

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AppSec Decoded: Manufacturing more-secure IoT devices

Synopsys

In our latest episode of AppSec Decoded, we discuss how manufacturers can secure their IoT devices. The post AppSec Decoded: Manufacturing more-secure IoT devices appeared first on Software Integrity Blog. IoT Security

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What’s the State of IoT in the Real World?

Daffodil Software

Smart homes, wearables, automated cars are some of the popular concepts that introduced the world with the IoT technology and its potential applications. Artificial Intelligence Internet of Things (IoT

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IoT Security Concerns

DevOps.com

The Internet of Things (IoT) is being hailed as the next step in our technological development. The post IoT Security Concerns appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs DevOps Practice DevSecOps Enterprise DevOps devops devsecops Internet of Things IoTIt’s hard to argue with that. The abilities it provides are as captivating as they are numerous: smart cars and homes, automatized agriculture, advancements in medicine that help with after-stroke recovery and the list goes on.

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Securing the IoT tsunami

Synopsys

IoT devices create wider attack surfaces for hackers. Learn about today’s IoT security challenges and how security testing can help. The post Securing the IoT tsunami appeared first on Software Integrity Blog. IoT Security

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Cisco Opens IoT Development Center

DevOps.com

Cisco Systems this week launched an IoT Dev Center as part of an effort to foster development of a new generation of applications that will be deployed at the network edge. Announced at the Cisco Live EMEA event, the IoT Dev Center provides access to sandboxes and tutorials for building highly distributed IoT applications that […]. The post Cisco Opens IoT Development Center appeared first on DevOps.com.

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IoT Solutions: Don’t fail at scale

Beyond B2B

By ensuring high reliability, high quality and resilience for Internet of Things (IoT) deployments , your projects won’t fail at scale.

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IoT is more flexible than ever with thin edge computing

Beyond B2B

Edge computing is a hot topic in the Internet of Things (IoT) circles these days, particularly at the thin edge where solutions are increasingly leveraging connected protocol gateways, industrial programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and embedded devices at remote locations.

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IoT, AIOps and OMG!

DevOps.com

The post IoT, AIOps and OMG! Blogs DevOps Practice Enterprise DevOps AIOps Application Tooling devops IoT NetOps Object Management Group OMGThe task of keeping networking straight while expanding the definition of network to include both physical and virtual networking has fallen heavily upon the op-centric side of DevOps–or what I like to call devOPS. What is defined as networking has grown, sometimes at a ridiculous rate.

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The Queen’s Gambit of IoT

Beyond B2B

Today is IoT Day , when those of us in the IoT community are encouraged to get together and learn from each other by talking.

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Palo Alto Networks Releases 2021 Global IoT Survey

Palo Alto Networks

IoT survey from Palo Alto Networks highlights the need for shared responsibility among remote workers and IT teams to secure their enterprise. IoT Analytics expects that by 2025, there will be more than 30 billion IoT connections, which is almost four IoT devices per person on average.

IoT Security Concerns - How Secure Is the Hybrid Workforce?

Palo Alto Networks

To that end, Palo Alto Networks has recently conducted a study — The Connected Enterprise: IoT Security Report 2021. According to the survey, 78% of IT decision-makers reported an increase in non-business-related IoT devices showing up on corporate networks in the last year.

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The CSA IoT Security Controls Framework

CTOvision

Read Anastasios Arampatzis make a case for IoT Security Framework on Tripwire : The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing in technical, social, and economic significance.

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Mirai goes Stealth – TLS & IoT Malware

Lacework

The post Mirai goes Stealth – TLS & IoT Malware appeared first on Lacework.

Lives, property, economies, and the IoT risk

TechBeacon

IoT devices are running our lives, and we barely notice it. We've got closed-circuit cameras and video doorbells to protect our property. We've got computer-controlled lawn sprinklers and smart lights to save us money.

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4 Things to Do When Running the Iot Zoo

DevOps.com

The post 4 Things to Do When Running the Iot Zoo appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs IT as Code IT Security Internet of Things IoT IoT devices network-connected devices operational technology OT devicesZoos are fascinating places.

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IoT device connectivity: To infinity and beyond

Beyond B2B

There is so much happening in the Internet of Things (IoT) world, that I had to split the team’s 2022 predictions into three parts - here is the third.

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World Water Day 2022: Managing groundwater with IoT

Beyond B2B

World Water Day in 2022 is dedicated to raising public awareness of groundwater and the critical impact it has on all our lives.

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How are Big Data and IoT Interrelated?

CTOvision

There has been rapid growth in the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data technologies amongst organizations and individuals. According to Forbes, it’s predicted that the amount of data generated […].

[eBook] - 6 Ways How the Pandemic has Catalyzed the Adoption of IoT

Daffodil Software

The IoT industry is no exception. Internet of Things (IoT Technological advancements and innovations are helping organizations to cope up with the disruption caused by the outbreak of the global pandemic.

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IoT lets you watch the game with no interruptions

Beyond B2B

IoT Advanced AnalyticsSomewhere, high on a snowy mountain in Canada, is a 1,000-foot-high broadcasting antenna tower that is not doing its job. TV viewers in Canada are watching their hockey team’s playoff on TV when it is interrupted- cue howls of frustration!

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Growing IoT Networks Pose New Challenges For Cybersecurity Teams

CTOvision

By some estimates, there are around 10 billion IoT devices operating in the world today. By 2025, there will be more than 25 billion — a huge increase in so-called “attack surfaces” potentially vulnerable to infiltration. And the main culprit for this explosion in vulnerable targets?

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What Is IoT And How It Is Going To Shape The Future

Daffodil Software

What is IoT? The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to a network of digital devices over the internet that use embedded sensors to transmit user data between them and the cloud. Internet of Things (IoT

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Governments Must Promote Network-Level IoT Security at Scale

Palo Alto Networks

Many governments globally are concerned about IoT security, particularly as more IoT devices are rolling out across critical sectors of their economies and as cyberattacks that leverage IoT devices make headlines. IoT devices may be unattended, such as some used in power grids.

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Primer: What DDoS attacks could mean for IoT

The Parallax

IoT-initiated attacks like this one, he says, are smaller in scale and less potent than traditional DDoS attacks. Even without a boost from IoT devices, application layer attacks are becoming more common. Features attack botnet DDOS denial of service distributed denial of service DoS hack Internet of Things IoT Mirai security WannaCryWhen a headline screams something like “worst DDoS ever,” it’s often accurate.

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