Using the IoT for supply chain with just a few simple changes can help to improve the efficiency, accuracy, and predictability of supply chain processes.
Digital Directorship – Cybersecurity – IOTIs IoT’s dubious security past coming back to haunt it? The IoT’s patchy security record has long been a source of discussion in security circles, but the Mirai malware attack in October 2016 was probably the point where the rest of the world stood up and took note as well.
Sophisticated malware and unsophisticated home-network security, and it’s a harbinger of the sorts of pervasive threats — from nation-states, criminals and hackers — that we should expect in coming years.
We need to review those security measures, come up with better ones and test them extensively against any possible threat. The first thing that needs to happen is increased security on the technical level.
Digital Directorship – Internet of Things 10 Internet of Things Features and Their Successes What makes the human mind different from other living creatures is its ability to feel curious. Feeling inquisitive about how things work and how to make things better is innate to humans. It is a constant pursuit of the human mind
Attacks using the Internet of Things (IoT) jumped by 280%, as hackers become ever-savvier! The problem has become pervasive enough that the U.S. Department of Commerce has moved to set standards for security.
Traditional security approaches designed for maximum control will no longer work in the new era of digital innovation. Existing DX projects often fall down because they involve security late or not at all.
The Vital Role of Intuitive Networks in Accelerating Digital Transformation Built for digital business and Internet of Things, intuitive networks promise a respite for organizations struggling with legacy networks and are a stepping stone towards a much bigger picture.
Digital Directorship – Internet of Things Internet of Things (IoT) security: what is and what should never be The Internet has penetrated seemingly all technological advances today, resulting in Internet for ALL THE THINGS. What was once confined to a desktop and a phone jack is now networked and connected in multiple devices, from home
Specific niche technologies are needed, but to prepare for life after IoT, develop the right skills and a consistent approach to delivering IoT-infused technology programs.
As businesses increasingly become digital, corporate boards are beginning to realize that technology expertise is a powerful asset. Tech-savvy directors can help corporate boards understand and oversee tech-driven initiatives and opportunities.
Weak security may be the most important issue—a point underscored by a survey that McKinsey conducted in 2015 in collaboration with the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA)
Security and privacy are critical issues facing the development of the internet of things. These 4 challenges are key to making IoT safer.
What makes this study noteworthy is the depth of analysis and insights the Dresner analyst team delivers regarding the intersection of big data and the Internet of Things (IoT), big data adoption, analytics, and big data distributions.