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    1. 5 ways to adapt your mobile security strategy for IoT

      5 ways to adapt your mobile security strategy for IoT

      Ready or not, the IoT wave is already breaking on enterprise shores. While smart, connected devices mean increased automation and digitisation, they also translate into new challenges that will require companies to shift their approach to security. Already, malware infecting common consumer IoT devices has led to a botnet of nearly half a million endpoints, with millions of devices still vulnerable to attack.

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    2. Data centre strategy and the changing role of the CIO

      Data centre strategy and the changing role of the CIO

      This means that the successful technology leader needs to deal with department heads who will be keen to take control of IT strategy for their business unit.

      There is both a risk and an opportunity here.

      The risk is a loss of control and budget but the opportunity is an environment where the importance of technology in pushing the business forward is recognised.

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    3. HPE, Cisco, Apple, SAP: Tech giants target the enterprise at MWC 2017

      HPE, Cisco, Apple, SAP: Tech giants target the enterprise at MWC 2017

      Mobile World Congress 2017, the conference where the future of the mobility world is on display. But while Samsung, Huawei and the likes are the top companies there in many of the attendees’ books, it is the enterprise IT tech companies that are pushing out a large array of news.

      Because the show is such a beast to keep track of, with so much going on, it’s difficult to keep track of what everyone is doing.

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    4. Hybrid Cloud Security and How to Do It Right

      Hybrid Cloud Security and How to Do It Right

      The financial and operational benefits presented to IT decision makers by hybrid cloud implementations have made this technology phenomenon hard to ignore. At the same time, CIOs and CSOs remain concerned about the security challenges raised by hybrid infrastructures, with at least half (50 percent) of them expressing concern and deep concern regarding how the security aspect can be managed, according to a recent Bitdefender survey.

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    5. Equinix joins consortium to boost industrial internet of things

      Equinix joins consortium to boost industrial internet of things

      Equinix, has joined the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), the global, member-supported organisation which promotes the accelerated growth of the Industrial Internet of Things.

      As a member of the organisation, the company gains the ability to engage the IoT community and contribute to innovation and development of best practices around industrial networks.

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    6. New ARM chips boost IoT security

      New ARM chips boost IoT security

      ARM has introduced a new suite of security products for the Internet of Things (IoT), including processors, radio technology, subsystems, end-to-end security and a cloud-based services platform.

      The company said the complete solution, which will secure data from the sensor to the service, is intended at increasing the rate at which IoT scales globally.

      The new ARM Cortex-M23 and Cortex-M33 embedded processors based on the ARMv8-M architecture will bring ARM TrustZone to all IoT nodes.

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    7. Healthcare sector falling behind in IoT readiness

      Healthcare sector falling behind in IoT readiness

      Reports show that the Healthcare sector may be falling behind in Healthcare readiness, with claims that IT and telecoms remain the most advanced industries in terms of IoT readiness, according to a report conducted by ForeScout and Quocirca.

      The ‘European Perceptions, Preparedness and Strategies for IoT security’ survey revealed that while the majority of respondents acknowledge the business opportunity presented by the Internet of Things, and the growing number of IoT devices connected to their enterprise networks, their organisations lack understanding of how to properly secure them.

      The survey, which was conducted 201 senior IT decision makers, with 101 being ...

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    8. EU planning new IoT security rules

      EU planning new IoT security rules

      The European Commission announced new cybersecurity requirements for IoT devices.

      The new rules are part of a plan to overhaul the EU’s telecommunications laws. The expected proposal comes following warnings that many IoT devices include little or no security protections.

      Euractive’s Catherine Stupp said: “The commission would encourage companies to come up with a labelling system for internet-connected devices that are approved and secure.”

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    9. Enterprise IT is not so big – it’s spend is a little less than $1trillion

      Enterprise IT is not so big – it’s spend is a little less than $1trillion

      If annual global economic output is $73.8 trillion – as estimated for 2015 by the WorldBank   – then Oracle CEO Mark Hurd’s statement at a briefing in London last week is about right.

      He said that IT is not so big – it is a couple of trillion dollars with half of that in consumer that has ‘grown like crazy over the last dozen years’ and the other half in enterprise IT.

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    10. Network access policy must change to address IoT

      Network access policy must change to address IoT

      Organisations face increasing issues identifying Internet of Things devices, and are characterising them as part of the current network access policy, according to Gartner Inc.

      According to Gartner, the issues are likely to increase as 21 billion IoT devices will be used worldwide by 2020, looking to outnumber laptops, tablets or smartphones by a wide scale margin.

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    11. Software billionaire gets $70m investment boost for his IOT firm

      Software billionaire gets $70m investment boost for his IOT firm

      A software development platform firm set up by Thomas Siebel, the software entrepreneur who sold his business to Larry Ellison’s Oracle for $5.4bn, was given a $70m investment boost.

      TPG Growth, a $7 billion middle market and growth equity investment platform said it invested in C3 IoT, which is building an IOT platform for machine to machine data application development.

      C3 IoT applies big data, advanced analytics, and machine learning to create competitive advantage.

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    12. 8 in 10 businesses bet on IoT for future success as Internet of Things goes mainstream

      8 in 10 businesses bet on IoT for future success as Internet of Things goes mainstream

      The boom in IoT products and services has not gone unnoticed in the business world as nearly eight in ten companies globally admit IoT will be critical to their future success.

      According to Vodafone’s fourth annual IoT Barometer Report, the growth in understanding the impact of the IoT has led to spending in IoT being increased in at least 89% of companies over the last year.

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    13. From checking escalators to earthquakes – How IOT use in buildings will boom between now and 2022.

      From checking escalators to earthquakes – How IOT use in buildings will boom between now and 2022.

      The market for sensors inside buildings which measure and monitoring everything from the  plumbing to communication systems to how the lifts are working will see almost 25% year on year growth over the next six years.

      A reserach report, Global IOT Market in Structure Monitoring Market size said big changes in building and building monitoring will occur over the next few years from a time just last eyar when physical security was by far the biggest segment for data in all buildings.

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    14. AT&T Boss: We intend to be the most aggressive IT company in the world

      AT&T Boss: We intend to be the most aggressive IT company in the world

      In the new world telecoms is reinventing itself. It is a world where suppliers become competitors and competitors become partners. A world where instead of looking at what Verizon or BT will do next it is more interesting and vital to see how Amazon and Google and the other web scale players are moving. This is a place where the standards based telecoms world must be replicated in networking if we are to fully benefit from a world which is flattening and where code moves quickly across borders.

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    15. 65% of enterprises are using IoT but security fears hold back mass adoption

      65% of enterprises are using IoT but security fears hold back mass adoption

      IoT has officially gone from hype to reality with 65% of enterprises worldwide admitting they are using smart technology to gather data for business purposes as digital transformation shifts roadmaps.

      According to 451 Research's survey, "Voice of the Enterprise", 71.5% of the 1, 015 respondents said the majority of data comes from machine sensing, while 8.5% collect data from biological sources, such as humans and animals. Environmental sensing is used by 20%.

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    16. Could the virtual machine make firewalls obsolete in cyber security?

      Could the virtual machine make firewalls obsolete in cyber security?

      As many people in the industry will tell you, cyber security has traditionally been oriented around walls and perimeters: how can we keep the bad guys and threats out?

      But one company is seeking to make the firewall approach to cyber security obsolete through the use of what it terms micro-virtualisation.

      Co-founded by former Cambridge academic Ian Pratt, now CEO, Bromium's technology uses virtual machines to isolate threats and prevent them from infecting computers.

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