Majority of organisations have seen hacking via IoT
New data from Extreme Networks, a cloud-driven networking company, reveals that IoT is barrelling toward the enterprise, but organisations remain highly vulnerable to IoT-based attacks. The report, which surveyed 540 IT professionals across industries in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific, found that 84% of organisations have IoT devices on their corporate networks.
Tethering transparency detects unauthorised NATs
The new software plug-in enables mobile network operators and IT security administrators to detect unauthorised NAT devices in a network in order to uncover mobile tethering fraud and prevent cyber attacks.
Public cloud-based attacks dominate threat landscape
Imperva has launched the Cyber Threat Index, a monthly report and measurement of the global threat landscape based on data from Imperva sensors across the globe.
IoT: Preparing our future workforce
Data scientists have often been compared to the heart and soul of the running of IoT projects. As the gatekeeper to every organisations capability to make more informed decisions with their data, these individuals are considered vital for successful projects. By Anthony Sayers, IoT Evangelist at Software AG
What does the future of IoT look like?
Gartner’s recent report claims that the ‘IoT market will grow to 5.8 billion endpoints in 2020,’ which is a 21% increase on the previous year. This figure highlights just how popular IoT is, not just with businesses, but with consumers around the world, who now use IoT devices to manage things in their everyday life. By Rusty Carter, VP of product management at Arxan Technologies
Developing future-proof connectivity solutions
Skyworks Solutions has announced that it is supporting next generation wireless technologies set forth by WiFi Alliance and developing advanced connectivity solutions designed to meet future requirements. Skyworks offers a family of solutions that address all existing WiFi standards and is working in WiFi Alliance to develop its WiFi 6E products that operate in the 5.925 to 7.125GHz frequency range.
Remote SIM provisioning over NB-IoT
There is no doubt that the IoT is revolutionising industry, and businesses are rapidly recognising the revenue opportunities that can be realised via connected, intelligent devices. Over the last few years the IoT ecosystem has evolved and matured to the point where it is now a very attractive proposition for companies looking to invest.
Condition monitoring box detects machine failures
There is a need to find more ways to connect industrial assets to the cloud and to enhance predictive maintenance, so Arrow Electronics is now offering two new versions of the Shiratech iCOMOX intelligent condition monitoring box. It will help extend equipment lifetime, reduce unplanned downtime, cut maintenance costs and save energy.
There’s money to be made in IoT data
With the rise of IoT, businesses are capturing more data than ever before – but are they missing a trick when it comes to gaining additional value from that data? Great swathes of IoT data alone are not enough – from data context or business model, there is more to delivering value. Peter Ruffley, CEO at Zizo, explores the opportunities for monetising IoT data.
What is the real value of IoT?
Here, Joe Barkai, Industry Analyst and Author of The Outcome Economy: How the Industrial ‘Internet of Things Is Transforming Everything’, is interviewed by Anna Solana on what we need to pay attention now that are lives are increasingly managed by algorithms.