Internet of Things (IoT) in Government
To get greater value from the IoT data gathered, smart cities will have to transition from a data exchange to a data marketplace, says More With Mobile's Ken Figueredo.
IoT security is an ever-growing issue. And as empow's Avi Chesla explains, the government has a role to play in keeping IoT devices and the consumers of those devices safe.
Looking back at 2017 is just as important as looking forward to 2018. Vodafone's Ludovico Fassati offers key IoT developments of the last year that point to the future of the dynamic technology.
Venuetize's Nimish Shrivastava explains how the Augmented Age is leading to new ways of experiencing and engaging with smart spaces, as well as opportunities for the people managing these spaces.
A new generation of mobility services is on the rise. ForgeRock's Michael Tworek outlines the new mobility era, including its challenges, benefits and the role of digital identity in it.
IoT compliance will be a challenge, especially with expanding guidance and standards. EmeSec's Maria Horton explains how to tackle the task and offers essential steps to take now.
There's an underutilized tool that can help create a sustainable future: IoT. Wipro's Jayraj Nair discusses steps companies can take towards a more sustainable, connected future.
IoT security is a major concern, especially for retailers. JASK's Greg Martin explores the role retailers have to play in securing IoT and keeping themselves and consumers safe.
Urban leaders should put citizens at the heart of smart city strategies to meet the higher expectations and logical outcomes they expect, says Tata Consultancy Services' Seeta Hariharan.
Resiliency is achievable through smart cities, says Johnson Controls' Lisa Brown, it's just a matter of taking advantage of the technologies at hand.
To solve the IoT security issue, a basic yet detailed and continuously updated IoT security framework must be put in place for innovators to build on, says PwC's Marin Ivezic.
IoT regulation. Too much and IoT innovation is slowed and costs increase. Too little and more IoT attacks are likely. Silicon Labs' Lars Lydersen discusses.
While IoT has had a major impact on technology systems and processes, regulations are critical to providing reliable and secure products and services.
The internet of things will change the way first responders and public safety professionals do their jobs. ADRF's Greg Najjar discusses.
As the conversation around IoT turns to security, here are recommendations for what effective regulatory policy for enterprise IoT devices should look like.