Internet of Things (IoT) in Government
Promoting innovation and idea development is key to becoming a smart city but needs to begin with an open data policy for public access.
Don’t treat privacy compliance as drag n’ drop; take these steps to progress your IoT data privacy journey and get ready for your GDPR close-up.
The Midwest is uniquely positioned to take a leadership role in IoT, more so than any other significant platform shift of the past 20 years. Here's why.
IoT can be a strong component to ensure compliance with privacy regulations, creating a contextual perimeter for your data and your organization.
When it comes to data privacy regulations, change is on the horizon, especially as it relates to organizations analyzing internet of things data.
Autonomous drones have the limelight, but cannot fly in most places because they lack command and control and identification needed by regulators.
If manufacturers and healthcare systems can together tackle the connected medical device security challenge, it will create a safer environment for patients.
The rise of the internet of things combined with a fast-changing regulatory environment requires a new mindset on consent and privacy -- and soon.
Overcoming the internet of things security challenge requires the work of consumers, vendors and governments alike.
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.