Internet of Things (IoT) in Government
Internet of things security is a rightful concern, but jumping into regulating IoT may not be the best move for the IoT market as a whole.
In a world of evolving cyberthreats, how can governments protect data? Enter blockchain, a growing presence as we move further into the IoT age.
A major study of smart city deployments around the world found most were in the pilot phase, though this is not always clear.
IoT often works in the background, quietly and unobtrusively making life better. But hidden IoT can be a liability when selling it to taxpaying residents.
To improve smart city resiliency, the Department of Homeland Security is looking to Silicon Valley and other tech hubs across the country for help.
By intentionally applying four core principles to all civic initiatives powered by the internet of things, smart cities will become a ubiquitous reality.