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Lapis Semiconductor Introduces New Soil Sensor that Links with IoT Infrastructure

Lapis Semiconductor Introduces New Soil Sensor that Links with IoT Infrastructure

Here is how two key facets of the IoT world come together to create a holistic solution. The common perception about the Internet of Things (IoT) is that it’s work in progress that’s transcending into a working model. In this environment, multiple players can contribute solutions to create a holistic package that even users without technical expertise can quickly put …

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Australian government’s CEFC invests AUS$10m on IoT network provider Thinxtra

Australian government’s CEFC invests AUS$10m on IoT network provider Thinxtra

CEFC will get 15 percent equity of Thinxtra The Australian government’s Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is to invest AU$10m in IoT network builder Thinxtra in exchange for 15 percent equity. CEFC is a Green Bank that was established to ensure investment would be driven into the clean energy sector. Its investment in Thinxtra is part of a AU$20m Series …

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Three Ways Manufacturers Can Address IoT Vulnerabilities

Three Ways Manufacturers Can Address IoT Vulnerabilities

Rick Schreiber Today’s manufacturers are already reaping the benefits of Industry 4.0, but can they withstand its potential instabilities? As opportunities for the IoT increase, so do the risks. Interestingly enough, 81 percent of manufacturers surveyed for The MPI Internet of Things Study feel confident or very confident in their current cyber risk management program. Although thoughtful cyber management should …

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Norton Core router releases to secure your home IoT network

Norton Core router releases to secure your home IoT network

Back at CES in January, Norton unveiled an interesting new router called the Core . What makes this router interesting is not only its unique design, but also its stated focus: keeping your network of IoT devices safe. Seven months later, the Norton Core is now shipping out to US customers. Noting an in-house report that claims Symantec found vulnerabilities …

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Network security in the IoT age

Network security in the IoT age

Internet of Things Network security is seeing a key moment as more and more devices continued to be added to corporate networks in the age of mobility and the Internet of Things (IoT). During ADTRAN’s Connect 2017 event held in conjunction with its Broadband & Business Solutions Summit in Huntsville, Alabama this week, Amy Abatangle, CMO of security vendor Untangle, …

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IBM, Cisco, Google Lead IoT Data Management Market

IBM, Cisco, Google Lead IoT Data Management Market

With the remarkable amount of data traversing networks now and in the future, it’s no wonder that the partner opportunity for managing it is almost endless. That assumption gets even more support from a new study . A new report published by MarketsandMarkets says the global market for Internet of Things (IoT) data management is poised to grow from $27.5 …

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IoT devices reveal private information despite encryption, study warns

IoT devices reveal private information despite encryption, study warns

+1 1 Tweet 2 Vote Share Share 1 Reddit Shares 4 IoT devices are giving away private data despite encryption measures, according to recent findings of a Princeton study. The research found that adversaries are able to infer private information about people who have internet-connected devices in their home by looking at traffic levels and metadata. The researchers looked at …

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Can the US Senate secure the Internet Of Things?

Can the US Senate secure the Internet Of Things?

Thinkstock As a free and open internet continues to come under assault by the FCC’s proposal to effectively end net neutrality, investors, programmers, and internet-users of all stripes have vociferously voiced their support of the Internet of Things and the open web that enables it. It appears those voices have been heard, as the US Senate may be taking steps …

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3 ways developers can improve IoT security on their devices

3 ways developers can improve IoT security on their devices

Thinkstock The much-beloved Internet of Things has come to fundamentally reshape how firms in virtually every industry operate. Nonetheless, the 21 st century phenomenon that’s connected us all has some significant downsides, chief among them its vulnerability to outside attacks. As consumers and producers of IoT gadgets alike are finding their privacy and security increasingly jeopardized, many don’t know where …

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How to monetise IoT from a CSP perspective

How to monetise IoT from a CSP perspective

In recent years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has proven itself to be a lucrative opportunity for communication service providers (CSPs); to the point that it’s projected to contribute between 20%-50% in annual increases through device connections, writes Ravi Palepu, the global head of telco solutions at Virtusa. It has also expanded the CSP’s remit well beyond connectivity; security, applications, …

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