Internet of Things (IoT) Privacy and Data Governance
Are behavioral analytics for IoT and autonomous cars key to keeping the roadways safe? FICO's Scott Zoldi discusses the treasure trove of data onboard sensors generate.
Striim CTO Steve Wilkes discusses the three primary challenges of IoT data management and the importance of a streaming-first architecture.
Autodesk's Lona Dallessandro takes a look at the rollback of the net neutrality ruling and the potential impacts it will have on the IoT market.
Before the internet of things can truly impact consumers' well-being, says Infor's Guy Courtin, privacy and connectivity issues must be overcome.
While IoT has had a major impact on technology systems and processes, regulations are critical to providing reliable and secure products and services.
In today's evolving IoT landscape, biometrics is becoming an increasingly important method for authenticating individuals and securing the chain of trust.
As the conversation around IoT turns to security, here are recommendations for what effective regulatory policy for enterprise IoT devices should look like.
Legacy distribution patterns aren't always a great fit for IoT systems. IoT data introduces a new distribution pattern your organization needs to accommodate.
If you're going to collect IoT data, you need to collect it somewhere. This is where database systems come into play.
With data engineering, the agility and accuracy of your IoT data can grow over time -- along with the business value, says Infostretch's Manish Mistry.
Security and privacy are prevailing concerns in today's day and age, calling for new regulation to keep data safe. But will this limit IoT?
Kaleido Insights' Jessica Groopman discusses three scenarios in which blockchain offers an architectural advancement to foster trusted machine interactions.
Smart devices are changing the game for retailers, but there are risks. Thales eSecurity's Cindy Provin on why data integrity might just save brick-and-mortar retailers.
As IoT data moves to the cloud, security is paramount. Utimaco's Malte Pollmann explains why a hardware security module may be the safeguard IoT needs.
More With Mobile's Ken Figueredo explains why cities shouldn't approach the smart cities concept with a "free lunch" mentality.