Enterprise Internet of Things (IoT)
Given the sheer variety of IoT devices and opportunities to exploit them, IoT attack trends will develop in several directions.
There is a tremendous amount of potential in wearable technology to collect data from the foot; enter textile pressure sensor applications in socks.
Creating deeper and more consistent engagement between academic institutions and employers will go a long way toward ending the skills gap.
Geolocation mapping -- which enables us to use maps in revolutionary ways -- will become increasingly important to IoT.
There are five qualities and skills essential to being a successful IoT developer in today's fast-paced age of "connected everything" -- do you have them?
Explore the top five benefits of real-time business intelligence for utility companies, from optimizing asset performance to boosting customer satisfaction.
Bots can help companies apply ambient computing to smart devices, but before doing so the issue of bot brawls must be solved.
Unlike today's internet, the amazing diversity of applications in dozens of industries cannot be easily addressed by a single IIoT connectivity technology.
When it comes to securing IoT, we have a lot to learn from the ICS/SCADA professionals who, for decades, have been protecting our critical infrastructures.
The lack of standardization for internet communication protocols has limited the ability for developers to create new IIoT apps.
Internet of things products using NFC technology came up big at the NFC Forum Innovation Awards – learn more about the winners and finalists.
While news of wearable hacks is making headlines, don't tear the device off your wrist just yet. Let's assess the likelihood of an attack on authentication sensor data.
IoT is having a profound impact on healthcare, as experienced at HIMSS17. Its success depends on an organization's ability to harness machine data securely.
Every single person and thing has a stake in the other's UX, giving rise to a new term we can refer to as the user/stakeholder or U/S.
IoT can change the way we live, but only if a platform like blockchain protects your privacy and data in an accessible, scalable fashion.