The prediction of all the products in the world being connected is getting closer year by year. The estimates on how many connected devices there will be in 2020 range from 30 billion to over 200 billion. No matter what forecast will end up being true, the fact is that there are tremendous business opportunities in IoT.
Smart manufacturing and the IoT is driving the next industrial revolution. Manufacturing is on the cusp of a revolution – the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution! In 2016, IDC estimates the manufacturing segment invested $178 billion(€152.89 billion) in IoT spending, twice as much as the transportation segment, the second largest IoT vertical market.
BlackBerry Ltd has introduced new cybersecurity consulting services aimed at enabling enterprise GDPR compliance and mitigating security risks in connected automobiles that threaten personal and public safety.
CompTIA, a provider of technology association, has released a new whitepaper that provides insights into the top cybersecurity threats faced by businesses and governments.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the new 21st century revolution. The number of connected things is expected to reach 50 billion by 2020, using a large range of connectivity options.
Global revenue from automotive telematics systems will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of nearly 17% to more than $6.7 billion by the end of 2023, according to new research from business information provider IHS Markit.
Cylance® Inc., the company that revolutionised the antivirus industry with AI-powered prevention that blocks everyday malware along with today’s most advanced cyberthreats, has announced the results of its inaugural report, Artificial Intelligence in the Enterprise: The AI Race is On.
ForeScout Technologies, Inc., a provider of Internet of Things (IoT) security company, and CyberArk , the company that protects organisations from cyber attacks that have made their way inside the network perimeter, announced a new partnership and joint solution.
Security concerns have been dominating news about IoT as of late, and with good reason. A recent survey shows that nearly half of U.S. firms using an IoT network have been hit by a security breach.
Ensuring complete protection against cyber criminals can be a virtually impossible task, but organisations can give themselves the best chance of avoiding an attack by performing regular IT risk assessments. The current threat landscape is a turbulent one and assessing risk management processes to ensure they address an organisations specific challenges should be a priority.
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