Security IOT News

  • Smart Homes, Cybersecurity and Personal Data: What Consumers Care About

    A new survey reveals consumers' attitudes regarding risks and rewards of smart-home technologies; industry insiders lay out a road map for safer, more consumer-friendly technologies.

  • Volvo's Plan to Turn Smartphones Into Car Keys

    This spring, the carmaker is testing new functionality that will allow drivers to access and start their vehicles using its On Call smartphone app and integrated Bluetooth radio.

  • Four Strategies for Protecting User Data

    You probably do not have sinister plans for collecting consumers' data, but when deploying a customer-facing IoT system, you need to carefully plan how, when, where and why data is collected and stored.

  • ROC-Connect Wooing Insurers With Smart-Home Service

    The smart-home platform provider envisions benefits for insurers and policyholders alike.

  • How Can Companies Make IoT Products More Secure?

    A panel of cybersecurity experts addressed a range of issues during a forum at the Consumer Technology Association's annual trade show, CES.

  • Levi's Stadium Tests IoT-Based Self-Service Bag Screening

    Visitors are using the Qylatron Entry Experience Solution as an alternative to manual, visual inspections of purses or bags brought onsite.

  • Nymi Puts Its Heart Into IoT Authentication

    Using its proprietary heartbeat authentication system, Nymi is rolling out wristbands that serve as physical and logical access-control devices, and, in the future, may double as MasterCard payment cards.

  • IOT News Roundup

    PTC sees bright future with Vuforia acquisition; Beecham Research predicts robust growth for Low-Power Wide Area Networks; HyperCat Consortium launches smart city project incubator; Renesas Electronics America adds Icon Labs' Floodgate security to its IoT-focused platform.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Smart-city projects get leg-up from Obama Administration; standards body greenlights new cellular standard for Internet of Things; crowdfunding for IoT home-security device off to strong start.

  • New Service Wants to Help IoT Devices Be More Transparent

    Taking an approach akin to printing nutritional facts on packaged foods, Privacynq wants to help manufacturers build digital trust in their IoT products.

  • IOT News Roundup

    Arrow offering customers leg up on IoT deployments; GreenPeak, Dusun co-create smart parking app; Built.io upgrades integration tools; Microsemi offering new range of security services; Czech Republic to get Sigfox network.

  • Three Approaches to IoT Security: Part Three

    This article, the third in our three-part series, looks at how one connected-car accessory maker approaches data security, and at how carmakers can take the lead of tech companies by learning from the hacker community.

  • IOT News Roundup

    Microsoft taps Jasper control center; IBM, CVS Health set to mine health-care data from wearables; IoT survey respondents ask: 'Google who?'; ams acquires NXP's advance CMOS sensor business; Predixion, PLAT.ONE partner on analytics service; RF Code debuts CenterScape data center management platform; Kii launching lighting apps with Yankon.

  • Three Approaches to IoT Security: Part One

    There is no single path to securing mobile devices and networks. This three-part series of articles will explore a trio of different security approaches that companies deploying Internet of Things technologies might consider as they develop IoT products and services.

  • NSA Offers Block Ciphers to Help Secure RFID Transmissions

    The SIMON and SPECK block cipher families are free to use and enable the encryption of transmitted RFID data in any frequency.

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