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    1. Data Enablers: Motionloft, For Retail Traffic And More

      Data Enablers: Motionloft, For Retail Traffic And More

      People are always moving. They’re going in and coming out of buildings every day. But how does a retailer know how many people are coming in and out of its space? Motionloft has those numbers. Motionloft’s mission is to be a “pioneer in the physical world analytics industry,” said Chris Garrison, COO and cofounder of Motionloft.

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    2. EU Crafting New Security Rules After IoT Debacle

      EU Crafting New Security Rules After IoT Debacle

      Share The European Commission is drafting new cybersecurity rules for Internet of Things (IoT) devices after a number of European security firms have warned that current IoT devices come with little or no security features, according to a report from security blogger Brian Krebs. The rules would apply to devices like smart home devices, web-connected security cameras, DVRs and routers.

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    3. How The Internet Of Things Is Already Influencing The Retail Industry

      How The Internet Of Things Is Already Influencing The Retail Industry

      The term “Internet of Things” has become a big buzzword in business lately, but what exactly is it and why might it shape the future of the retail industry?

      Simply put, think of the Internet of Things as an “interconnected ecosystem of internet-enabled objects,” according to eMarketer. So, things like your mobile device and tablet are part of the Internet of Things.

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    4. 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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    5. 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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    6. 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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