IoT Agenda

Internet of Things (IoT) Privacy and Data Governance

  • 5 lessons IoHT can learn from the tech world

    Guest Contributor Jiang Li - VivaLNK 05 Oct 2018
  • Healthcare is seeing some of the greatest impact from IoT, creating a new category of connected health devices. VivaLNK's Jiang Li outlines five lessons IoT in healthcare can learn from the broader ...

  • Protecting the internet of things

    Guest Contributor Chiaren Cushing - Equinix 03 Oct 2018
  • Cyberattacks targeting IoT devices are on the rise. To combat the threat, says Equinix's Chiaren Cushing, it is an interconnection-oriented architecture and centralized data encryption strategy is ...

  • Getting to advanced-class IoT

    Guest Contributor Jason Shepherd - Dell Technologies 28 Sep 2018
  • To graduate from the 'AOL stage' of IoT to advanced-class IoT, we have to do work in three key areas, as well as ensure inherent trust. Dell Technologies' Jason Shepherd discusses how.

  • How loT is influencing a new cybersecurity era

    Guest Contributor Richard J. Blech - Secure Channels Inc. 04 Sep 2018
  • The rise in IoT cybersecurity must match the explosive growth rates for IoT devices. And as Secure Channel's Richard Blech explains, manufacturers have a key role to play in ensuring IoT security.

  • What is a distributed database system?

    Guest Contributor Steven Graves - McObject LLC 30 Aug 2018
  • The term 'distributed database' is severely overloaded. McObject's Steven Graves cuts through the confusion and explains the various distributed database systems and how they fit into an IoT ...

  • Is facial recognition the killer app for AI?

    Guest Contributor Sudha Jamthe - 29 Aug 2018
  • Facial recognition from security camera images and videos is used to identify people, but it can be biased and cause privacy concerns.'s Sudha Jamthe discusses.

  • Can security keep pace with the rise of the machines?

    Guest Contributor Gorav Arora - Gemalto 02 Aug 2018
  • If we want security measures to keep pace as more and more machines come into existence, we need to be able to reliably determine which machines should be trusted. Gemalto's Gorav Arora discusses.