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    1. Cyber security: a C-suite responsibility

      Cyber security: a C-suite responsibility

      "CEOs must know that there are two types of companies: those that have been hacked, and those that don't yet know they've been hacked," says Clayton Naidoo, Regional Sales Manager and one of Cisco's cyber security subject matter experts. "CIOs know the threats, but CEOs must lead the process of protecting their networks, data and assets (tangible and intangible) as more people and devices are connected across more networks," adds Naidoo.

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    2. Mobile technology will drive Internet of Things: Raj Talluri

      Mobile technology will drive Internet of Things: Raj Talluri

      Last Modified: Fri, Mar 03 2017. 01 49 AM IST Mobile technology will drive Internet of Things: Raj Talluri Raj Talluri on the future of IoT, impact of 5G and challenges in securing connected devices Subscribe to our newsletter. Sanjay Gupta Leslie D'Monte Raj Talluri. Raj Talluri, senior vice president of product management at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., holds 13 US patents and was chosen as one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company in 2014.

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    3. Councils : Internet of Things Security Council » Smart Card Alliance

      Alliance Activities : Councils : Internet of Things Security Council. Internet of Things Security Council. The Internet Society defines Internet of Things (IoT) to mean “the extension of network connectivity and computing capability to objects, devices, sensors and items not ordinarily considered to be ...

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    4. Rambus to Showcase IoT Security Technology in Qualcomm Booth at Embedded World 2017

      Rambus to Showcase IoT Security Technology in Qualcomm Booth at Embedded World 2017 Demonstration highlights security-oriented connectivity, monitoring and provisioning of IoT endpoints Rambus (NASDAQ:RMBS) today announced it will showcase its IoT service and technology designed to take advantage of the secure features in Qualcomm Technologies’ chipsets to facilitate security-rich IoT communication and lifecycle management.

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    5. Organizations Spending Big on Cybersecurity

      Organizations Spending Big on Cybersecurity

      Healthcare organizations are increasing information security spending in 2017, as they find digitization to be a double-edged sword.

      The 2017 Thales Data Threat Report, Healthcare Edition, issued in conjunction with analyst firm 451 Research, found that 81% of US healthcare organizations are ramping security spending, and 76% of global healthcare organizations will.

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    6. The Internet of Things benefits and challenges Healthcare

      The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term used to reference the ability of various objects to connect to the internet through the transfer of data.Like other industries, health care is adopting connectivity options and using IoT in its clinical care settings, often with mobile or wearable devices. However, an increase in integration for entities within the health care sector creates privacy and security concerns.

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    7. Government Agencies and Hospitals Face Increasing Risk of IoT-Powered Cyberattacks

      Government Agencies and Hospitals Face Increasing Risk of IoT-Powered Cyberattacks

      Internet of Things Government Agencies and Hospitals Face Increasing Risk of IoT-Powered Cyberattacks While there's hype surrounding the tremendous opportunity the IoT offers, there are still hazards that have yet to be properly addressed. Image credit: Shutterstock Vice President of Engineering at Dispersive Networks --- Shares February 19, 2017 If you paid even the slightest attention to tech media and conferences in 2016, you heard how the Internet of Things (IoT) is the next big thing.

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    8. DoC’s Internet of Things Initiative to Catalog Existing Security Standards

      DoC’s Internet of Things Initiative to Catalog Existing Security Standards

      This month, the U.S. Commerce Department's (DoC) National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announced that it aims to catalog existing security standards through its Internet of Things (IoT) initiative. Ultimately, the multi-stakeholder process will serve to develop a broad, shared definition or set of definitions around security upgradability for consumer IoT, and help enhance consumer awareness and understanding related to IoT purchases and security.

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