Friday, June 16, 2017 Internet of Things , Security

IoT is still in its infancy, and especially so when it comes to security. Not a day goes by without new hacks, botnet attacks or vulnerability discoveries.

For IoT to grow up we need professional approaches towards security and privacy protection. Anything else will just destroy the market for ev...

This is a guest post by Jonathan Fries of Exadel.

Originaly published in TechTarget.

Recently, at Exadel, we encountered an interesting challenge for IoT developers. Because IoT apps have gained so much momentum, there is more and more choice in how to develop them. For device communication, two ...

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 Internet of Things , Security

This is an extract of the excellent BITAG report “Internet of Things (IoT) Security and Privacy Recommendations”, published courtesy of BITAG, Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group.

We highly recommend downloading and reading this report. And, even more importantly, to implement these recom...

Tuesday, November 08, 2016 Internet of Things , Privacy , Security

What’s the value of the data generated in a Smart Home?
And, more importantly, who owns it?

In the same way that a smartphone is not about having smarter phone calls, the Smart Home is not about the connected things. It’s all about the applications that will be derived upon all devices, data, bus...

Friday, September 16, 2016 Internet of Things , Security , Technology

Our “6 Iot Security Fundamentals That Need To Be Solved” presentation at the IoT conference in Lund:

6 Iot Security Fundamentals That Need To Be Solved from Øredev Conference on Vimeo.

Internet of Things is still very immature. There is not even a consensus in what it means. It covers many diffe...