Intertrust and LINE Corporation to host conference series on threats and solutions for app security

Intertrust Technologies Corporation and LINE Corporation announced that they will co-host a conference series dedicated to furthering solutions for enhanced application security and data privacy.

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Trends in online privacy: Revolution vs Resignation

It’s a myth to believe that the Internet is a free and democratic medium, where anonymous, private information exchange is the norm. Today, says Christian Bennefeld CEO of eBlocker, data is the new fuel.

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ARM, IBM and the EIU find optimism and realism among businesses deploying IoT services

With all the conversations happening around the Internet of Things (IoT), you may be curious to find out how it is currently being implemented by the global business community.

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High risk of breaches in IoT healthcare and automotive industries, according to Spirent’s forecast

Spirent Communications plc, a provider of mobile network, application, services, and device-test solutions, warned of the increased likelihood of disruptions this year to a wide variety of civil and military applications relying on global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) – GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou.

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Regulations and running time: Making driverless cars mainstream

As we saw at CES recently, developments in connected and driverless cars and trucks are undoubtedly both a rapidly evolving area and an exciting prospect, garnering serious media attention.

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Promoting safety while protecting privacy: How geofencing can mitigate tracking concerns

A Deloitte report this week revealed that the number of people using digital navigation indoors is liable to surge in the next five year, says Mike Mulica, CEO, Actility. As it stands, one in 20 instances are already indoors, with this number expected to rise to one in four by 2022.

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IoT costs will fall this year benefiting consumers in healthcare and utility sectors, says Taoglas CEO

Dermot O’Shea, joint CEO of antenna specialists Taoglas, is optimistic about several key aspects of the Internet of Things (IoT) in the year ahead.

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Do we need a pause from all this headlong progress?

It is not just the election of Donald Trump that gives us pause for thought (and a variety of other emotions – see Facebook for most of them). There seem to be a host of other issues that have emerged recently which add to the need to stop and reflect.

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Infineon teams up with Chinese partners on solutions for security for the smart home

In the Internet of Things (IoT) unauthorised access has to be prevented. Together with its Chinese partners, Infineon Technologies AG has founded the “Open Laboratory for Smart Home Interconnection Security” in Beijing.

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Privacy in IoT: The impact of Brexit and the US Election

On November 9, 2016, the day after the US presidential election, people all over the world woke up to the same surprise they had when they woke up on June 24, the day after the Brexit referendum: the polling data they thought they could believe was, in fact, irrelevant. That data, so assiduously collected and analysed,

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How enterprises are cashing in on the IoT growth opportunity

When we released Verizon’s annual “State of the Market: Internet of Things 2016” report earlier this year, we were not surprised to learn that enterprises view the Internet of Things (IoT) as a new revenue stream, says Tony Judd, MD UKI and Nordics at Verizon.

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Regulations and how to find a suitable standards framework raised at IoT Security by oneM2M

iconectiv CTO and oneM2M representative, Suresh Subramanian will discuss regulations and standards within the Internet of Things (IoT) industry and highlight security updates from oneM2M’s official set of specifications (Release 2) when he takes part in a panel discussion at IoT Security this week.

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Your car key may be the next great wearable

Read any tech blog today or check out the hottest technology showcases worldwide, and you can feel the buzz around the latest advancements in two key consumer-tech industries – automotive technology and wearables.

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SMiD Cloud launches SMiD Pro cloud privacy solution

SMiD Cloud, the makers of cloud privacy device SMiD Pro are bringing the market the first, plug & play solution that gives users total control over the privacy of their cloud-stored files, photos, videos, legal documents, blueprints, contracts and anything else they entrust to cloud providers.

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SMiD aims to make every cloud your own private cloud, with help from Indiegogo

SMiD Cloud is a technology start-up aiming to create cybersecurity solutions that ensure the security and privacy of information stored, both in the cloud and locally.

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Top Wireless Gotchas! Number Three: Mitigating security risks

Blog — This is the third post in a multi-part series of blogs by Bill Zujewski, which specifically explores the challenges of dealing with wireless technology as part of an M2M (Machine-To-Machine) initiative. The series offers insights to help designers and developers prepare for and overcome the unique challenges involved with implementation. Today’s post focuses

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