1. Articles in category: IoT Security News

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    1. Exploring the IoT chip market, SoftBank's ARM acquisition

      Exploring the IoT chip market, SoftBank's ARM acquisition

      Exploring the IoT chip market, SoftBank's ARM acquisition by Sharon Shea Site Editor News of SoftBank's intended acquisition of ARM has pulled the state of the IoT chip market into the spotlight, as well as ARM's future position in it. Launch Your IoT Supply Chain Strategy Now –SearchManufacturingERP ARM Holdings plc has long been associated with the mobile boom; the chips designed and manufactured by the company are found in nearly every iPhone, iPad and Android device out there.

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    2. Worldwide IoT Security Market : Recent Industry Trends, Current and Projected Industry 2015 - 2021

      RSS Worldwide IoT Security Market : Recent Industry Trends, Current and Projected Industry 2015 - 2021 The Internet of Things has access to organizations existing operational technology (OT) networks and information technology in addition to multiple devices, sensors and other smart objects.

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    3. ARM Doubles Down On IoT Security, A Hot-Button Issue For Solution Providers

      ARM Doubles Down On IoT Security, A Hot-Button Issue For Solution Providers

      Printer-friendly version Email this CRN article Chip design company ARM is expanding its Israeli-based Internet of Things engineering team by almost double as the Cambridge, U.K.-based company continues to invest heavily in IoT. Mike Muller, chief technology officer at ARM, said in a statement that the technologies being developed at the company’s design center will have a “significant influence” on advanced System-on-Chip IP for the Internet of Things.

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    4. Why Security in the Internet of Things is different from Cyber Security

      Internet of Things (IoT) devices is rapidly becoming ubiquitous while IoT services are becoming pervasive. The vast diffusion of connected devices in the IoT has created enormous demand for robust security and cyber security in response to the growing demand of billions of connected devices and services. This article from EDN Europe describes why IoT has growing number of security and cyber security problems and outlines the solutions to resolve ...

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    5. IoT Security Takes Center Stage At Black Hat

      IoT Security Takes Center Stage At Black Hat

      At this year’s Black Hat USA conference, the focus on the growing security risks that come with the proliferation of connected devices was a hot topic.

      The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday (Aug. 1) that the Internet of Things and the looming security vulnerabilities that may come with it were top of mind during the week-long gathering of the global information security community.

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    6. Georgia Tech awarded DARPA grant to develop new IoT protection

      Georgia Tech awarded DARPA grant to develop new IoT protection

      ZDNet Japan Georgia Tech awarded DARPA grant to develop new IoT protection The $9.4 million grant will be used to research new techniques for protecting embedded Internet of Things (IoT) devices. | Topic: Security Georgia Tech The Georgia Institute of Technology has been issued a $9.4 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop new ways to protect low-power, embedded IoT devices.

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    7. - The true value of the Internet of Things for retail

      There are great expectations amongst UK retailers with regard to the Internet of Things (IoT), according to recent Quocirca research, “The many guises of the IoT” (sponsored by Neustar). Half of retailers already see IoT as having major impact on the industry, whilst only 15% are sceptical about the whole concept. For comparison just 25% of manufacturers shared this enthusiasm, while another 25% were sceptics. As it happens, both may – to some extent – be missing an important point.

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    8. Intel Addresses IoT Data Risk

      Intel Addresses IoT Data Risk

      The act of scanning a passport at an airport check-in kiosk may seem relatively harmless. But consumers might feel differently if they knew that their highly valuable passport data was being sent in clear text to the TSA.

      As in it passes, unencrypted, across a digital network – ready for enterprising fraudsters to siphon away.

      Pretty scary, huh?

      And it should be scary for everyone in and around the payments industry as well.

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    9. Intel On Plugging IoT’s Big Data Risk

      Intel On Plugging IoT’s Big Data Risk

      When card data sells for $1 on the dark web and passport data for $65, it screams that personal data is what the fraudsters really want. Intel Director Michelle Tinsley tells Karen Webster why locking down personal data – especially across a growing number of connected devices – is where the industry needs to focus – and right away.

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    10. User-centric and entity-centric analytics, the perfect combination for IoT security

      User-centric and entity-centric analytics, the perfect combination for IoT security

      Cisco and Microsoft have recently invested in the Internet of Things (IoT) – indicating not only that IoT has reached massive scale, but that tech giants are clearly putting their bets behind it. Why? Because IoT is changing the game. Consider the collapse of the I-35 W Mississippi River Bridge

      The post User-centric and entity-centric analytics, the perfect combination for IoT security appeared first on Dataconomy.

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    11. The first big Internet of Things security breach is just around the corner

      The first big Internet of Things security breach is just around the corner

      Your IoT kettle alone might not be an interesting target for hackers, but if they can use it to get into the rest your network...Image: iStockA huge security breach traced back to an unsecured IoT device will happen within the next two years, warn security expertsThere was a time when the only device you had connected to your network was a PC. Then laptops with a wireless connection came along -- then after that, smartphones and tablets.But the c...

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    12. Great Bay Software Launches Beacon Suite 5.0 To Strengthen IoT Connection Security

      Great Bay Software Launches Beacon Suite 5.0 To Strengthen IoT Connection Security

      Great Bay Software, a leader in Endpoint and IoT connection security announces the launch of Beacon Suite 5.0 to help enterprises discover, onboard, monitor and enforce access policies across all connected devices including laptops, servers, printers, VoIP phones, biomedical devices, industrial control systems and newly emerging IoT devices. More than 20 billion new IoT devices are expected to connect to enterprise networks over the next 5 years.

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    13. Security high on agenda as Australian Internet of Things makers get organised

      Security high on agenda as Australian Internet of Things makers get organised

      Security was flagged as a key area of investment for the Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA) – an industry body with more than 200 members from over 100 organisations and industry groups – as the body was launched this week as an independent not-for-profit entity by founding organisation the Communications Alliance.

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    14. Internet of Things (IOT) Security Market 2016-2021

      Internet of Things (IOT) Security Market 2016-2021

      Internet of Things (IOT) Security Market 2016-2021 LONDON , July 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Cyber Security Forecasts for Medicine (Connected Health, Telemedicine, Hospital Equipment, mHealth, Health & Fitness Wearable Technology), Transport (Automotive, Connected Car, Connected Aircraft / Aviation, Maritime Vessels, Public Transport), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) (Industrial Control Systems (ICS), Critical Infrastructure, Buildings, Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Visiongain assesses that the global IoT Security market will reach $32,306.5m in 2021. It is therefore critical that your strategic planning is timely and your forecasting plans are in place to take advantage of the market. Visiongain's 246 page report will ensure that you keep ...

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