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The emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) has offered many societal benefits, and has undoubtedly improved our overall quality of life. Statistics show that by the end of 2018, there were an estimated 22 billion IoT-connected devices in use worldwide, and this number has only grown since, says Jocelyn Brown.
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Eurotech, a company that designs, develops, and deploys hardware and software solutions for the Edge and Internet of Things (IoT), is working with Infineon, Microsoft and GlobalSign to simplify large scale, secure roll outs of connected devices. This collaboration delivers assurance by extending the secured device identity chain from the edge to the cloud.
Denial-of-Service (DoS) and password login attacks such as brute force and credential stuffing are on the rise, according to new research from F5 Labs.
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Deploying remote telemetry units (RTUs) on industrial assets is an important element of capturing, interpreting and using big data from an industrial process.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are getting more and more vicious each day, hurting business targets both financially and reputationally. These attacks work by overloading a web server with requests and causing hours, even days, of downtime and inevitable frustration.
The World Economic Forum was right to say in a post this month that buildings could be the key to building a sustainable society post-pandemic.
Running a successful business in the 21st century means integrating technology within all aspects of operations. One of the most valuable benefits is that data can be analysed and interpreted to improve operational efficiency and the most effective was of accessing this resource is with a Remote Telemetry Unit (RTU).
In early March, a Swiss hacktivist by the name of Tillie Kottman successfully exposed businesses, police departments, schools, jails and hospitals in one of the most widespread cyber attacks in modern history, says Chris Rouland, founder and CEO of Phosphorus. How did they do it?
Ransomware halts IoT operations at Sierra Wireless, as maritime industry is hit 1.5mn times in 30 days
Last week started with some sensible guidance on cyber security. By Wednesday the theory became a nightmare reality for one of the Internet of Things (IoT) majors, Vancouver-based Sierra Wireless as it was halted by an all-out ransomware attack.