Last week, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that its city-wide public IoT network (Internet of Things) is on track to be completed by 2023, reported Korea Biz Wire. The operating platform is planned to be established at City Hall by the end of 2021.
As the risks of connected devices increase, organizations must evaluate and strengthen their product protections with training, pen testing and device maintenance plans.
According to a 2020 report by Palo Alto Networks, 98% of IoT data traffic is unencrypted. This statistic is mind boggling given what we know about the risks. To appreciate the scope of this problem, it is vital to understand encryption is only a single link in a long chain needed to secure IoT, data, and our world.
Today, every aspect of daily life is affected by technological influences. In terms of the office environment, this is also true. Minor issues at the workplace are sometimes distracting or even annoying. Unsurprisingly, people seek solutions to settle them effectively and create efficient and comfortable conditions.
Internet of Things (IoT) devices fall into various categories. Some, such as those located in a hospital setting, are very sophisticated, with advanced operating systems and encryption and certificate capabilities built in. Other examples of note are Ring doorbells and Nest thermostats.
IoT-as-a-Service allows companies to quickly leverage the full power of connected devices, incorporate new technology, and speed the time to value.
With people leaving increasing amounts of digital traces of their day-to-day activities in one form of technology or the other, these traces of digital evidence are gaining validity as proof in court litigations.
Ethical hacking follows the safety hacking guidelines for effective system operation. While several factors contribute to its development, one of the most important is its availability of IoT hacking tools that make the job easier to handle. An ethical hacker is a security expert’s who legally hacks a computer to detect risks and illegal access.
Imagine a future completely connected — houses and buildings full of automated devices that could seamlessly communicate with each other and with humans, creating smarter, more efficient environments for work and leisure.
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From retail to construction, smart factories to hospitals, every market is looking to 5G to provide the capacity, performance, and resilience needed to connect billions of devices in a future connected world. And for Communications Service Providers (CSPs) who are already providing network access in these industries, 5G-powered IoT ecosystems offer an incredible opportunity for monetization – if approached strategically.
Employers talk about how IoT is enabling contact tracing, monitoring air quality, and enforcing rules about social distancing as workers go back to the office post-quarantine.
Technology trends in artificial intelligence (AI) and the IoT have started to merge, a trend that industry has named the Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT). The movement of AI from the cloud to the edge is providing a solution to bandwidth and security issues that have hampered more widespread adoption of IoT in key markets.
The upsurge of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions has been both a boost and a bane. It has revolutionized entire industries, powering everything from smart cities to AgriTech. On the other hand, IoT devices’ dependence on cellular connectivity has resulted in introducing new and unprotected endpoints.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has an important role to play in the circular economy, by helping your business keep products in use in a way that makes money plus enhances the customer experience