Any discussion of the Internet of Things (IoT) and security usually devolves fairly quickly into hearty chuckles and jokes about “why would anyone want to hack my Internet-connected refrigerator?” As one group of researchers found out, a hack known as “man in the middle” on a Samsung Smart Refrigerator would allow an attacker to read your e-mail, maybe reset your password and then potentially steal your identity.
A little-known stock listed in London has become a trade of choice for investors looking to profit from the technological megatrend known as the Internet of Things.
Telit Communications, which sells hardware that lets everything from vending machines to rental cars transmit data wirelessly, has surged almost six-fold since the end of 2012. This year alone, shares of the company have rallied 37%, far outpacing its main industry rivals.
A communications ministry panel will solicit public comments on its idea for assigning 020 as the new prefix for mobile numbers allotted to wireless devices expected to be part of the “Internet of things” network.
The Internet of things (IoT) is a network of objects embedded with software and sensors that allow them to exchange data wirelessly.
The Internet of Things Takes Center Stage as Leading Cybersecurity Experts, CISOs and U.S. Department of Homeland Security Ring the Nasdaq Stock Market Closing Bell in Honor of National Cyber Security Awareness Month
In recognition of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), a group of federal officials and digital industry leaders will visit the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square to close the market.
Infobright CEO Don DeLoach was attending the Illinois Technology Association’s first Internet of Things Summit two years ago, chatting with author Daniel Obodovski, one of the keynote speakers. Turns out they were both fans of Peggy Smedley, a prolific podcaster and editorial director of Connected World Magazine.
The Internet of Things is ready to take over every part of our lives but are you already connected?
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the biggest trends in technology and if all the claims are believed, has the potential to change our lives at home and the way companies do business.
Smart metres that monitor energy use, self-driving cars and a wealth of connected entertainment experiences are among the most common examples used to demonstrate the capability of IoT devices and applications.
Compared to the rest of the world, especially developing regions, the Internet in Latin America has quickly grown, and looks to be on a healthy path towards more connectivity in the next few years, despite the economic and political challenges facing some major countries in the region.
NAGOYA -- Internet-connected sensors to monitor performance and alert drivers to component defects soon will become standard in Toyota Motor's U.S. and Japanese models -- the latest and broadest effort by a major automaker to promote networked vehicles.
With the advancement of technology we are moving forward to an era of hyper-connectivity with the help of Internet of Things. IoT comprises of large networks of data-gathering sensors and is based on cloud computing. It is mobile, virtual, and instantaneous connection which is going to make everything in our lives from streetlights to seaports “smart.”
During last months, Germany and other European countries experienced several very strong heat waves making living in the city at that time hardly bearable. It is not only the summer that seemed to be hotter, the whole year 2015 is on track to be the warmest ever.
I recently came across an interesting framework discussing the importance of platform thinking. In an impressive effort, Sangeet Paul Choudary dedicates a whole book to this subject (“Platform Scale“), a weekly newsletter – and in the spirit of becoming a platform as well – its own website (http://platformed.info/), explaining the latest best practises and strategies on how companies can leverage platform thinking and why it is important in today’s world.