Avoiding IoT Design Flaws

Security Innovation

We are all aware by now of the proliferation of IoT devices in the modern connected age. internet of things software security IoTHowever, where we continue to struggle is knowing how they are attacked, where the weak spots are, and how to take a risk-based approach to securing them.

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Raise your IoT IQ Level at IoT World

Beyond B2B

Come and see what Cumulocity IoT can do for you at. IoT World , in Santa Clara, California from May 13-16.

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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. The post Cisco Opens IoT Development Center appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Nutanix Eases Development of IoT Apps

DevOps.com

Nutanix, a vendor of hyperconverged infrastructure solutions, has released a new developer environment that allows developers to try and test IoT and AI apps in the cloud. The developer environment is built under Nutanix’s Xi IoT Platform and gives developers […].

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IoT offers Retail Stores a Lifeline

Beyond B2B

Retail IoTRecently, Britain's high streets suffered their significantly as sales plunged by 2.7 per cent compared with last year, following four months of poor results.

IT x (OT + IT) = IoT as a Service

Beyond B2B

As Internet of Things technology becomes increasingly accessible, companies may find that they lose control of their IoT projects – and the data. IoT cumulocity Iot

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Akamai Extends Reach to the IoT Edge

DevOps.com

In terms of new offerings, Akamai launched IoT Edge Connect, which […]. The post Akamai Extends Reach to the IoT Edge appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs DevOps in the Cloud Enterprise DevOps Akamai Akamai Edge World Internet of Things IoT IoT Edge Connect networks

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IoT Habit #4: Work Backward to go Forward

Beyond B2B

(Or: What IoT can learn from Steve Jobs).

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IoT Future-Proofing for the Long Haul

DevOps.com

Think about this: The IoT application your DevOps team is developing right now, if successful at scale, will likely be the longest-living application in your shop. Is IoT future-proofing possible over a life cycle of 10 years or more?

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How IoT Helps with Wildlife Conservation

Beyond B2B

IoT cumulocity IotThe world’s eyes are increasingly turned towards the safe-guarding of endangered species, climate change, sustainability, plastics, air and light pollution.

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Building IoT Applications with Containers

Aqua Security

Docker Security Image Vulnerability Scanning IoTDocker and Arm Announcement. At DockerCon earlier this month, Docker and Arm announced a joint venture in which new Docker-based solutions will be available to the Arm ecosystem.

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IoT: The New Frontier for Edge Analytics

Beyond B2B

Today, on IoT Day, the Internet of Things is at an inflection point; data being collected from devices and sensors is vast, so massive that - a lot of the time - it is not used. IoT manufacturing

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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. When a headline screams something like “worst DDoS ever,” it’s often accurate.

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What does Freedom as a Service Mean for IoT?

Beyond B2B

Software AG’s new tag line “Freedom as a Service” means delivering technology that is open, self-service and agnostic of everything.

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5G: Is it Hype? …Or Crucial for IoT?

Beyond B2B

telecommunications cumulocity IotG iven the media messages around 5G, it looks like it is the most important upcoming technology ever.

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Applications and innovations in the Internet of Things (IoT)

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated devices that have unique identifiers and can autonomously transfer data over a network. IoT ecosystems consist of internet-enabled smart devices that have integrated sensors, processors, and communication hardware to capture, analyze, and send data from their immediate environments. IHS Technology predicts that there will be over 30 billion IoT devices in use by 2020 and over 75 billion by 2025. Industrial IoT.

Scylla and Confluent Integration for IoT Deployments

Confluent

Through the Internet of Things (IoT), it is also connecting humans to the machines all around us and directly connecting machines to other machines. IoT scale. IoT is a fast-growing market, already known to be over $1.2 The internet is not just connecting people around the world.

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Emerging Trends In IoT

Cabot Solutions

The Internet of Things IoT has made lives easier businesses smoother and communication better This article outlines some of the emerging trends in IoT

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The Consumer IoT Market at a Glance

IDC

The consumer Internet of Things (IoT) market is crowded and complex, with several market segments that organizations must consider when evaluating their needs. This wave of growth has already started, as evidenced by the wide array of vendors inhabiting the consumer IoT space today.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) Market at a Glance

IDC

The Internet of Things (IoT) market is a tricky thing; customers aren’t necessarily looking to buy “IoT technology” but are instead searching for solutions that can help them achieve a specific business goal, such as supply chain efficiency or cost savings.

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How AWS IoT Greengrass Brings Cloud Capabilities to the Edge

The New Stack

Amazon Web Services launched AWS IoT Greengrass in late 2016 as an Internet of Things (IoT) gateway for devices that needed offline, local computing capabilities. As the industry evolved, IoT gateways matured to become edge computing devices. Cloud Services Edge / IoT Tutorial

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IoT: Make Mine a Standard

Cloudera

Defining these is, therefore, a crucial element, and Cloudera is now taking part in just that for the biggest revolution we’ve seen in business and society: the Internet of Things (IoT). Standards for IoT. Architecture for IoT. Open source for IoT.

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New botnet Torii showcases next stage of IoT abuse, researchers say

The Parallax

Security researchers have caught hackers lashing together Internet-connected devices in a botnet they’re calling Torii, which uses techniques not seen in an IoT botnet before—including intercepting and stealing data, and using the Tor Project network to hide its network traffic.

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Reasons why every IoT development company is using.NET?

Xicom

We have been speculating that more and more Internet of Things companies are coming on the scene and the best thing is that they are using.NET as the foundational framework of the most of the IoT mobile apps being created these days. You may wonder why IoT is becoming the necessity these days.

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How IoT can Improve Transportation and Logistics Industry

Daffodil Software

Smart homes, wearables, driverless cars, drones, smart shelves, air casting - IoT use cases are smart and futuristic. With so many possibilities and opportunities that IoT bring along, businesses, irrespective of their industry are making the most of this versatile technology.

Next up on hackers’ IoT target list: Gas stations

The Parallax

5 questions to ask before buying an IOT device. News gas station hack IIOT Industrial Internet of Things Internet of Things IoT SAS Security Analyst SummitCANCÚN, Mexico—You can add gas stations to the growing list of real-world hacking targets.

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Climbing the IoT Value Chain

Toptal

Impactful applications of IoT are certain to emerge in the near future. We explore how finance professionals should think of the value it can generate for their business by creating a thought framework

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Reshaping Entire Industries with IoT and Confluent Cloud

Confluent

While the current hype around the Internet of Things (IoT) focuses on smart “things”—smart homes, smart cars, smart watches—the first known IoT device was a simple Coca-Cola vending machine at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. In fact, IoT is reshaping entire industries.

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Microsoft brings Plug and Play to IoT

CTOvision

Microsoft today announced that it wants to bring the ease of use of Plug and Play, which today allows you to plug virtually any peripheral into a Windows PC without having to worry about drivers, to IoT devices. Typically, getting an IoT device connected and up and running takes some work, even with modern deployment […].

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IoT Analytics: The New Frontier in Business Intelligence

QBurst

The data engineering that precedes analytics was covered in our previous post, Data Engineering: The Heavy Lifting Behind IoT. Incontestably, industrial IoT’s claim to fame is the visibility it brings to previously inaccessible phenomena. […]. General IoT

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Six IoT predictions for 2019

CTOvision

Read Fredric Paul make six Internet of Things predictions for 2019 on Network World : This time of year, it can seem like the world is swimming in predictions for the new year, and the Internet of Things (IoT) is no exception. In fact, in fast-evolving areas like IoT, multitudes of trends and opportunities and […].

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A 5D model to assess your IoT readiness

Cloudera

The number one challenge that enterprises struggle with their IoT implementation is not being able to measure if they are successful or not with it. Most of the enterprises start an IoT initiative without assessing their potential prior hand to be able to complete it. As a result, the business doesn’t understand the total cost of ownership of an IoT initiative led by IT. Organizational readiness – The fundamental premise is that IoT initiatives originate as business ideas.

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Secure Your IoT Deployment During the Security Talent Shortage

The New Stack

On one side, they want to take advantage of the business opportunity that the Internet of Things (IoT) can unlock. But the reality of IoT security and associated risks to brands and customers leaves them hesitant. IoT Is Especially Vulnerable to the Security Pro Shortage.

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AI, ML, and the IoT will destroy the data center and the cloud (just not in the way you think)

O'Reilly Media - Data

DD Dasgupta explores the edge-cloud continuum, explaining how the roles of data centers and cloud infrastructure are redefined through the mainstream adoption of AI, ML, and IoT technologies.

IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act: An Important Step Forward

Tenable

At Tenable, we look forward to working with our partners on Capitol Hill to move the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act forward and strengthen the security of federal networks. . Many IoT devices are shipped with existing vulnerabilities, which can heighten risk.

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