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IoT security: Keeping connected devices secure over time

The technology industry is renowned for its relentless pace and rewards for first mover advantage. As such, it’s no surprise to see new IoT products constantly being designed, manufactured and released as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, this rush to market often means security is little more than an afterthought, resulting in IoT products that at best, contain half-planned security measures and at worst, are a major liability to any network they connect to. By David Fearne, Global Practice Leader for Data Intelligence, Arrow ECS.

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Bringing together Blockchain, Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence: Turning Skynet into reality

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Keith Bedell-Pearce, Chairman at 4D Data Centres, on Blockchain, IoT and AI.

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Vodafone Internet of Things (IoT) Barometer reports move toward mainstream

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74% of businesses that use IoT say that non-adopters will have fallen behind rivals within five years.

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SMEs are placing their bets on AI, IoT and blockchain

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Cloud Industry Forum and Ingram Micro Cloud find SMEs are moving towards next generation technologies, though skills shortages and security concerns are hindering progress.

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Securing edge devices

Use of IoT devices is proliferating in every industry, and with this growth comes risk – reports of IoT attacks increased 600 percent from 2016 to 2017. To protect enterprise networks, Extreme Networks has introduced the Extreme Networks’ Defender for IoT, a simple security solution to help organisations secure unsecured IoT devices. Defender for IoT can be deployed on any network and is so easy to use even non-technical staff at schools, hospitals, retailers and hospitality venues can use it to isolate and protect both wired and wireless IoT devices from cyberattacks.

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Ericsson lays out vision for cellular IoT

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Outlines evolution of cellular IoT in four segments leveraging new capabilities with 4G and 5G to tap growth opportunities from industry digitalization.

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A study from Juniper Research has found that total operator-billed revenue from 5G IoT connections will reach $8 billion by 2024; rising from $525 million in 2020. This is a growth of over 1,400% over the next 5 years. The report identified the automotive and smart cities sectors as key growth drivers for 5G adoption over the next five years.
Next-generation solutions deliver advanced Edge-AI performance, innovative power-efficiency, 5G connectivity capabilities and enhanced features for processing and security from entry level to premium tiers.
Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. is developing "Wide Learning," a machine learning technology capable of accurate judgements even when operators cannot obtain the volume of data necessary for training.
Research shows that despite GDPR, consumers still have clear concerns about responsible data use and eavesdropping of IoT devices.
“Self-service” analytics that can monitor and respond to IoT data in real-time now available to engineers and other domain experts working without needing to write any code.
Research by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, sponsored by ThoughtSpot, shows only 7% of organisations are fully equipping their teams with the analytic tools and resources needed to drive decision-making and autonomy.
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