Security and Technology IOT News

  • IoT News Roundup

    Juniper Research warns that IoT botnets present huge cybersecurity risk; NXT-ID chooses Nordic Semiconductor's wireless BLE and NFC module for smart cards, wearables; TrackNet secures series A investment to develop, deploy IoT solutions; Eir Business releases IoT store built on Asavie platform; Digi International intros embedded modem; Kony helps KMC Controls launch mobile app with IoT technology; Silicon Labs acquires Wi-Fi company Zentri; Frost & Sullivan announces Technology Innovation Award for Antenna Company.

  • IOT News Roundup

    A flood of security-related news, from zombie light bulbs to new credentialing tools for embedded device makers; Nokia tests NB-IoT; Panasonic, Colo. Department of Transport collaborating on connected car technology; Onyx announces beacon-based asset tracking.

  • How Residential Insurers Are Approaching the IoT

    Internet of Things technology is set to deeply impact every type of insurance product and all categories of insurers. Here, we survey how and why residential insurance providers are looking to leverage smart-home products.

  • Security Firm to Detail Vulnerabilities in WeMo Switch and Android App

    On Friday, at Black Hat Europe, an annual conference for the information security industry, Invincea Labs will detail two security vulnerabilities that it has discovered in smart-home products and an app made by WeMo—one of which would expose a user's smartphone photos and location to an attacker.

  • IoT News Roundup

    EVRYTHNG's and Avery Dennison's 10 billion connected items start with limited-edition jacket; GlobalScan, Intrinsic-ID join forces to provide secure IoT hardware; AT&T launches LTE-M pilot; Senet's LoRa network now in 225 cities; Honeywell, Flowserve collaborate on Industrial IoT service; Context offers IoT security evaluation service.

  • Hackers Used the IoT to Create an Unprecedented DDoS Attack—Now What?

    We asked security expert Dan Lohrmann what a massive cyberattack on cybersecurity journalist Brian Krebs' website means for the wider Internet of Things industry.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Buddy platform opens doors to Parse users; LoJack announces new phone-based products; TomTom's new device marries navigation with apps; Broadband Networks bringing People Power to Switzerland and Liechtenstein; OTA says security vulnerabilities easy to avoid.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Machina Research lowers IoT growth forecast; Verizon steers toward connected transportation with logistics industry buys; Murata announces new LoRa module; NIST issues security-focused IoT report; new product and features from Loopd.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Nedap morphs phones, badges for security app; Apple expands HomeKit compatibility, adding Home app; Allure, Thinaire powering location-based marketing apps; Marken to Help Green Cross expand beyond Korea; Exosite upgrades IoT platform; Honeywell debuts new IIoT services; IoT news from RFID Journal.

  • How Genie Entered the IoT Market

    After introducing a retrofit package that allows users to control and monitor garage doors remotely, the company is now preparing upgrades based on customer feedback.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Google seeks to push Alexa off smart-home throne with Home; Indiegogo, Arrow Electronics partner; the VA starts to eye IoT solutions for medical devices; new car router from Sierra Wireless; Lux Research says VC funding for IoT security on the rise; Autodesk brings it IoT data management to cloud-based service.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Security researchers punch holes in SmartThings security; GlobeRanger makes iMotion more IoT-friendly; Microsoft bolsters IoT product line with Solair acquisition; Nokia to support Z-Wave standard for upcoming smart home offerings.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Google adds security feature to Eddystone for beacons; app records diet with a microphone; Bluetooth SIG announces developer training; new IoT-enablement platform from PLAT.ONE; EU Parliament updates privacy laws.

  • 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.

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