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Federal agency addresses the new world of Alexa, smart cameras and IoT A draft of new IT security measures by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has for the first time pulled privacy into its core text as well as expanded its scope to include the internet of things and smart home technology.…
VIDEO: Pwnie Express CEO Paul Paget discusses where he sees opportunities in the market to secure Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017 proposes minimum set of security controls for IoT products sold to government.
Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act would mandate stringent security for connected devices sold to the federal government.
The bill would also expand legal protections for security researchers who hunt for vulnerabilities.
A leading security researcher predicts a sea of technology changes that will rock our world, including the Internet of Things, cryptocurrency, SSL encryption and national security.
A leading security researcher predicts a sea of technology changes that will rock our world, including the Internet of Things, cryptocurrency, SSL encryption and national security.
Developers from across India take part in two-day workshop on IoT standardisationNew Delhi, India, 27 July 2017: The advancement of the Internet of Things (IoT) in India has taken a significant step forward as nearly 100 members of the developer community descended on New Delhi for oneM2Mrsquo;s inaugural developer event.The workshop, co-organised by the EU-India Cooperation on ICT Standardisation with input from ETSI, TSDSI and C-DOT, saw developers meet to exchange expertise on IoT software... Source: RealWire
Respondents to a global survey say Internet of Things security is a shared responsibility between consumers and manufacturers.
As the buzz over the Internet of Things (IoT) ripples across industries, companies from small startups to industry behemoths rush to launch their IoT products.

The dramatic advances in Internet infrastructure, cloud computing, connection bandwidth, and mobile devices over the years have all helped make IoT real.

Given the abundance of the ever evolving computing technologies, there are many choices of computational models and platforms for the design and implementation of an IoT product.Dating back to the 1970s, the actor modelnbsp;didn't gain too much attention until recently. The model revolves around a universal primitive called actor for concurrent and distributed computation.
It provides an idiomatic alternative to the more conventional concurrency model that relies on synchronization of shared mutable state using locks.
In particular, the message-driven style of non-blocking interactions via immutable messages among actors meshes well with contemporary programming approaches on complex distributed platforms.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
OCF, Zigbee Alliance, Thread, IIC, HPE, InterDigital, Qualcomm, iconectiv, ATT and TTA highlight ways to accelerate IoT deployments Memphis, TN, 24 July 2017: Leading technology companies from around the world gathered to advance adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) through increased industry cooperation, as the global IoT standards initiative oneM2M held its second successful Industry Day on Wednesday, July 13 in Memphis, TN.HPE, InterDigital, Qualcomm, ATT and iconectiv all took part in the conference... Source: RealWire
Imagine that we know an object well when it starts out, and we can measure activity and forces applied to it, and we can simulate how it would react and change.
In such a case, wersquo;ve created a “Digital Twinrdquo; for our object.Consider the critical structural elements of an airplane in which actual fatigue is evaluated by removing parts from the aircraft and performing X-ray examinations. What if our Digital Twin for a particular aircraft could accurately predict what we would see without making us remove the item and X-ray it?Digital Twins have been applied to aircraft for some time, but are now poised to explode in usage thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT) and the availability of enormous compute power to do the simulations.
I attended a discussion group on the topic of Digital Twins at a conference earlier this year, and I was struck by the interest level among those who didnrsquo;t appear to have a compelling need. Not surprising, though, given that this technology was listed on Gartnerrsquo;s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2017.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here