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Latest internet of things publications


Security labels for IoT devices proposed

Under Government proposals, IoT devices could be required to carry a label proving they are secure Small connected devices could be made to carry labels telling people how secure they are from cyber attacks, under plans announced by the Government. The labels would be initially introduced on a voluntary basis to help consumers identify which… Read More


IoT anti-poaching system set for global expansion

IoT devices have already radically reduced rhino poaching in South Africa IoT technology that has dramatically reduced rhino poaching in a South African game reserve could be used to help other threatened species across the world, as conservationists look for new ways to stop poachers before they can reach wildlife. Dimension Data and Cisco first… Read More


Top three tips for safeguarding your network when deploying IoT

Ken Hosac, VP of IoT strategy and business development at Cradlepoint, identifies some of the most effective ways to capitalise on IoT’s benefits while mitigating the security risks Love it or loathe it, the Internet of things (IoT) is here to stay. Gartner’s latest predictions suggest the number of IoT devices will hit 14.2 billion… Read More


IoT & Cybersecurity: Where we are and what needs to change
Threats are now emerging beyond home and medical devices towards IoT control systems connected to national infrastructures. It is no exaggeration to say that IoT vulnerabilities are a threat to our national and personal security - dangers brought into sharp relief by the growing weaponisation of cybersecurity on the world stage Cybersecurity agenda Over the... Read More

Businesses in the dark over IoT breaches

Research indicates almost half of companies cannot tell if IoT devices have been breached Businesses are failing to implement effective IoT security strategies and almost half have no idea if their devices have been breached, according to security company Gemalto. Since the term IoT was coined, experts have sounded the alarm about the dangers of increasing… Read More