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Tag: IoT Devices


Security

Network Security Demands Drive SD-WAN and SASE Adoption

September 23, 2022

Via: Network Computing

Businesses today face new security challenges that were not imaginable a few years ago. Workers and applications are widely distributed, meaning there is no hard edge to the enterprise network. And there is a need to integrate a large number […]


Hardware, Technology

IoT technology is hitting an inflection point for businesses

September 22, 2022

Via: Network World.com

A new survey released by UK-based research firm Omdia bears out some of the industry’s rosier predictions for IoT uptake among businesses, finding that almost four out of five companies expect to be actively deploying IoT within the next two […]


Hardware, Technology

Arm launches new IoT processors

April 26, 2022

Via: Network World.com

Arm Holdings launched its latest micro controller design to provide high-performance computing at the edge as well as two new platforms to help reduce development time of internet of things (IoT) devices. Normally, the Cortex-M line of controllers is used […]


News

Novel developments and innovation in Massive MIMO design are maximizing 5G macro site potential (Analyst Angle)

January 26, 2022

Via: RCR Wireless News

5G will have a seismic impact on the network. At the end of 2021, there will be 507 million 5G subscriptions, showing a growth rate of 92% Year on Year (YoY). By the end of 2025, ABI Research forecasts that […]


News

Verizon opens up 5G Nationwide network to certified IoT devices

October 29, 2021

Via: RCR Wireless News

Verizon Business’ Chief Revenue Officer Sampath Sowmyanarayan took to the Mobile World Congress Los Angeles (MWC LA) keynote stage to announce that Verizon is committing further to IoT by enabling Verizon-certified IoT devices to connect to its 5G low-band spectrum […]


Security

Four Ingredients for Effective Endpoint Security

May 18, 2021

Via: CSO

It’s human nature to want some type of “silver bullet” that will solve complicated problems like curing the common cold. But complex problems almost inevitably require complex solutions. Hundreds of different viruses cause colds, so a single magical cure isn’t […]


Technology, Wireless

5G: mm-wave signals could power self-charging IoT devices

April 1, 2021

Via: Network World.com

A 3D-printed antenna could turn high-frequency 5G signals into a wireless power source, potentially eliminating the need for batteries in low-power IoT devices, according to researchers at Georgia Tech. The antenna, which the researchers call a mm-wave harvester, is about […]


Hardware, Monitoring&Analysis, Security

IoT roundup: Security holes abound, GE Digital makes noise and more

September 30, 2019

Via: Networkworld Security

The idea of security by obscurity has been comprehensively demolished over the years, which makes it even more troubling that IoT devices continue to be manufactured with basic vulnerabilities that make them susceptible to commensurately basic attacks. It’s not surprising […]


Monitoring&Analysis

A Smarter Way to Connect Communities and Roadways

June 19, 2019

Via: Cisco Blog

Communities are increasingly working to get “smart” by using sensors, cameras and other IoT devices to address efficiency, transportation, safety, environmental and health challenges. Though well intentioned, many communities launch pilot projects or proofs of concept without fully considering future […]


Monitoring&Analysis, Security

MUD is officially approved by IETF as an Internet Standard, and Cisco is launching MUD1.0 to protect your IoT devices

May 31, 2019

Via: Cisco Blog

With over 8 billion “things” being connected today, IoT security has undoubtedly evolved from a mysterious buzzword to one of the biggest real threats to our network today. According to Gartner, over 51% of survey respondents believe that cybersecurity is […]


Wireless

Wi-Fi at 20: More Indispensable Than Ever

March 13, 2019

Via: Cisco Blog

In the 20 years since the first laptops with built-in Wi-Fi were introduced, the idea of totally wireless but completely connected personal devices has become commonplace. Today, many laptops don’t even have wired networking ports. Most IoT devices use Wi-Fi […]


Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Bolstering Endpoint Security

March 7, 2019

Via: CSO

For many organizations, endpoint security remains the weak link in their security strategy. While organizations are able to ensure that endpoint clients are installed on company-owned assets, security becomes more challenging when workers use their personal devices for work-related activities. […]


Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Protecting the IoT: 3 things you must include in an IoT security plan

February 27, 2019

Via: Networkworld Security

With many IT projects, security is often an afterthought, but that approach puts the business at significant risk. The rise of IoT adds orders of magnitude more devices to a network, which creates many more entry points for threat actors […]


Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Unidentified Devices Leave Networks Vulnerable

September 4, 2018

Via: CSO

As organizations embrace digital transformation to improve operational efficiency, IoT devices—including industrial and medical IoT—are being deployed at an unprecedented rate. This rapid adoption of IoT is one of the primary reasons why networks are in constant flux. New devices, […]


Monitoring&Analysis, Security

What happens if IoT security doesn’t get solved?

June 5, 2018

Via: Networkworld Security

Sometimes, confirmation of the obvious can be really important. At least, that’s how I felt when I saw a new Bain & Company report, Cybersecurity Is the Key to Unlocking Demand in IoT. According to the consulting firm’s survey, 45 […]


Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Keys to securing the Internet of Things

January 26, 2018

Via: CSO

A recent observation that Chevron Corp. CIO Bill Braun made about his company’s use of Internet of Things (IoT) devices encapsulates how it has become a primary source of invaluable business information. “The IoT area is probably one of the […]


Monitoring&Analysis, Security

New DDoS botnet targets ARC-based IoT devices

January 15, 2018

Via: CSO

Well, this is bad…very bad. Mirai malware and its many variants which have targeted CPU architectures in the past, is now targeting the second most popular type of CPU core – ARC processors. Meet Mirai Okiru, the Mirai variant targeting […]


Hardware

MIT’s 168-Core Chip Could Bring AI to Smartphones, IoT Devices

February 8, 2016

Via: eWeek

MIT researchers believe they have found a way to bring deep-learning capabilities to smartphones. At the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) last week, the researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology introduced a 168-core chip that they said will […]