Internet of Things (IoT) Standards and Certifications
The recent DHS cybersecurity strategy outlines a few areas in which the additional level of detail will be the difference maker when it comes to IoT security. Thales eSecurity's John Grimm discusses.
While consumers can help solve the IoT security problem by demanding more secure devices, says zvelo's Louis Creager, the onus is on vendors to put common standards into practice.
The GDPR presents serious challenges for IoT, but they are not insurmountable. Openwave Mobility's Aman Brar explains how the GDPR will affect IoT.
It's time for us to bring security efforts out of the shadows and make it a first-class citizen in our companies. Arm's Dipesh Patel offers pointers to achieving a secure IoT deployment.
Unlicensed spectrum bands, such as CBRS and LAA, aim to increase blanket connectivity, but what about white space initiatives? Can they help improve IoT connectivity? ADRF's Greg Najjar discusses.
Large, complex IoT systems can be like the board game Mousetrap, says Red Hat's James Kirkland. The moment something is off, a chain reaction can lead to system failures.
Industry leaders and policymakers must ensure the well-being of the consumer in a smart, connected world. Wipro's Jayraj Nair explains why ethics, values and common standards are critical.
To achieve the full benefits of an IoT deployment, says Karina Popova, using a programming language for embedded development and a programming language for web server development is critical.
Creating value from IoT while ensuring a safe and satisfactory user experience is not an easy task. oneM2M's Dr. Omar Elloumi explains why interoperability between verticals and vendors is critical.
There is a lack of neutral network integrators able to deliver IoT network solutions using multiple technologies. Wireless 20/20's Berge Ayvazian explains.
5G is the catalyst needed to make industrial and enterprise augmented reality, virtual reality and mixed reality applications a reality, says Kaleido Insights's Jaimy Szymanski.
Technology-based perimeter security may have a potential use case in the U.S. again thanks to low-power sensors and the new 802.16s industrial wireless standard.
It will be 2018 in which IoT grows up and offers true innovation. Infiswift's Arup Barat discusses this and more IoT trends for the coming year.
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.
Bluetooth SIG's Jim Katsandres explains where the wireless revolution started and how it is evolving to handle the IoT landscape of the present and future.