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Security cameras – a latent botnet network?
In a comparison of 16 indoor and outdoor IP surveillance cameras, researchers found only one well-protected device.
Exclusive: Why botnets will swarm IoT devices
“What if these nodes were able to make autonomous decisions with minimal supervision, use their collective intelligence to solve problems?”
The quid pro quo in the IoT age
Consumer consciousness around data privacy, security and stewardship has increased tenfold in recent years, forcing businesses to make customer privacy a business imperative.
Secure Logic calls on Federal Govt to introduce IoT regulation
“The vast majority of people are not aware of the significant risks posed by unsecured IoT devices.”
AU startup hitches a ride to space with Rocket Lab
Rocket Lab and Australian IoT startup Fleet Space Technologies have signed a contract to launch two Proxima IoT satellites this month.
Hands-on review: Norton Core keeps home IoT secure
The Norton Core states that it is “Home security. Simplified.” My experience certainly rings true.
Is blockchain a solution to IoT security problems?
Could using blockchain to trace and authenticate IoT data, regardless of what that data is be the answer to the problems plaguing the Internet of Things?
Why operational technology environments need to be secured
By understanding the cybersecurity risks in OT, decision-makers are better placed to make smart buying decisions.
A/NZ businesses taking IoT security more seriously - MapR
53% of A/NZ companies now believe that keeping IoT secure is the greatest challenge they face in rolling out their IoT capabilities.
Report finds AI is a key cybersecurity weapon in the IoT era
Increasingly, security professionals are looking to artificial intelligence (AI) as a key weapon to win the battle against stealthy threats inside their IT infrastructures.
Hitachi Vantara announces intelligent maintenance and repair solution
The new Lumada Maintenance Insights solutions from Hitachi are aimed at the transportation, manufacturing and energy industries.
Spark's new IoT network offers 'huge potential' for Kiwi businesses
Spark’s second Internet of Things (IoT) network has now officially launched in New Zealand’s main centres, with a wider rollout coming in the coming months.
How ML and IoT will shake up Aussie business
An industry expert gives his view on exactly how machine learning and the internet of things will change the way businesses operate in Australia.
Keeping your smart home safe in the world of IoT
The malware Mirai attacked tens of thousands of IP cameras and Wi-Fi routers. Bad user habits, such as some users never changing the default passwords, also pave the way for attackers to gain easy access.
Global demand for smart meters to skyrocket, but challenges lie ahead
The global smart meter market is riding a wave of popularity as issues such as energy use, aging infrastructure and rising emissions take their toll on traditional systems.
Exclusive: Aruba APAC CTO talks next steps for the region
“So suddenly, in our region, we have become almost early adopters of these new shifts in technological revolutions.”
Chatham Islands get new IoT network
When world-leading IoT networks come to mind, you might not necessarily think of the Chatham Islands as having one of them.
BlackBerry to roll out EoT platform by end of 2018
BlackBerry has unveiled a new Enterprise of Things (EoT) platform that enables OEMs to produce ‘things’ with high levels of security and safety.
Fortinet adds network access control solution for IoT
FortiNAC provides visibility and control of IoT services and automated response to threats at scale in multi-vendor environments.
Kordia's new IoT store encourages NZ businesses to 'have a go'
Chances are there will be at least one IoT use case in every business, and there’s a demonstrable return on investment.
Securing IoT infrastructure with edge computing
Not only do organisations need to keep valuable data safe, but it is vital that all technology complies with stringent data protection regulations.
SORACOM & KDDI commit to advancing worldwide IoT business
The two companies have already started offering IoT business services across Southeast Asia and the United States, with other regions to follow.
IoT connectivity firm Thingstream emerges from stealth mode
IoT connectivity platform Thingstream is finally coming out of stealth mode after a quiet launch this year.