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    1. whiteCryption and Pen Test Partners to Show Mobile and IoT Hacks at Black Hat 2016

      whiteCryption and Pen Test Partners to Show Mobile and IoT Hacks at Black Hat 2016

      whiteCryption, an Intertrust company that provides advanced application security solutions, and Pen Test Partners, an elite group of high-end penetration testers, will demonstrate hacks to mobile apps, home security cameras and other IoT devices, and discuss how to defend against such hacks using whiteCryption products at whiteCryption Booth #232 during the Black Hat 2016 conference.toda

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    2. 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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    3. SoftBank bets on the future of Internet Of Things, and acquires ARM Holdings for $31.4 Billion

      SoftBank bets on the future of Internet Of Things, and acquires ARM Holdings for $31.4 Billion

      The News… Japan-based SoftBank Group (SBG) and UK-based ARM Holdings has entered into an agreement wherein Softbank would be acquiring ARM for a whooping $31 Billion (£24 Billion) in an all cash transaction. This is a price that is more than 70 times of ARM’s net earnings in 2015. Softbank Group is a telecommunications and …

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    4. Internet Of Things: Where Is The Opportunity Within Flight Training

      Internet Of Things: Where Is The Opportunity Within Flight Training

      There is no doubt that the modern world is connected by a wide range of devices. Talking about the future, all the forecasts concerning the idea of the connection of different things to the Internet in the coming years are truly spectacular.

      The analysts from Gartner hold the belief that by 2020 there will be over 50 billion connected devices. So, even if it seems funny and impossible, it becomes obvious that anything that can be connected or will be connected soon.

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    5. Big data optimises tyres for Williams Martini

      Big data optimises tyres for Williams Martini

      Data is only as valuable as one's ability to leverage it to boost productivity, increase market share – or win a grand prix.

      Williams Martini Racing, the Formula One racing organisation, is firmly in that last category.

      It wants to take full advantage of the data generated during a race – including sensor data from its own cars, as well as weather information and GPS telemetry data, both to make better trackside decisions and to inform longer-term decisions, such as those around the design of its race cars.

      As one of the first moves in its strategic relationship with Avanade to ...

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    6. Securing the Intent of Things

      Securing the Intent of Things

      How to stop exponential data growth becoming an exponential increase in threat

      The Internet of Things represents one of the greatest technology-driven opportunities organisations will grapple with over the next decade. It also represents one of the greatest sources of potential digital disruption to your organisation and an enormous ratcheting up of the security headaches associated with any data-driven business.

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    7. Why every building should be a Smart Building

      Why every building should be a Smart Building

      The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to transform businesses, factories and whole cities.

      The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to transform businesses, factories and whole cities. Smart buildings are a big part of this transformation: as, in the near future, more and more of our homes, offices and manufacturing and production facilities become IoT-enabled.

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    8. IT Matters: Security

      IT Matters: Security

      Bill MaGee reports from Silicon Valley, California Shares Get business news by email Pic: Getty Twin business fears about trust and privacy when handling sensitive data online are threatening to run off the scale. Such anxieties have heightened since IT giants like Apple, Google and Twitter have fallen significantly short of shareholder expectations. The worry is that commercial corners will be cut in what remains a fiercely contested IT global marketplace.

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    9. Vodafone IoT chief: ‘Narrowband-IoT will define the machines age’

      Vodafone IoT chief: ‘Narrowband-IoT will define the machines age’

      While the world of telecoms is fixated on 5G, Vodafone has an ace up its sleeve in terms of the newly minted narrowband internet of things (NB-IoT) standard, said the company’s head of IoT for Northern Europe, Cyril Deschanel.

      Deschanel heads up Vodafone’s internet of things (IoT) focus or the UK, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark and is managing its transition from a mainly industrial reality to a consumer and residential future.

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