Most IoT research and development over the last two decades has been focused on data acquisition, real time edge and cloud applications and analytics, machine learning, data visualization, automated control systems, and other natural topics. Massive value has already been created in IoT and Industrial IoT (IIoT) but we are still only at the beginning of a world where billions of endpoints will be connected and will need to be secured (now more than ever).
As Alternative Energy Sources Rapidly Emerge New Connected Field Service Solutions Using IoT Are Paramount
The ongoing modernization of energy grids and sustainable energy sources and the integration of renewable energy and optimization of energy use have the potential to help us reverse the damage being caused by climate change.
A couple of months ago, I had the privilege to join Cloud of Things as the new CEO, and while I had experience in running very large information technology operations and R&D groups for the IDF and for the Central Bank of Israel, where I was most recently CIO and a member of the board, I didn’t have direct experience in the massive and dynamic Internet of Things world.
Today we announced a strategic partnership with monogoto, another company based in TelAviv and focused on the rapidly growing Internet of Things.
As global demand for full-stack IoT solutions accelerates Cloud of Things and monogoto announce IoT platform with embedded cellular connectivity offering.
The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a nonprofit foundation that works to improve the security of software, which will be celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2021. When the organization was established in 2001, the Internet of Things was just emerging, so initial projects focused on the rapid expansion of the World Wide Web, which only became popular to millions of users a few years before the organization was established.
The OWASP top 10 threats to IoT started as an OWASP project with a goal of helping developers, manufacturers, enterprises, and consumers to make better decisions regarding the creation and use of IoT systems.
Security and privacy in a world of an ever-increasing number of connected things is likewise more complex and challenging. With new regulations being passed in the EU, US, Asia and other regions in the world, IoT industry participants are being tasked with ensuring everything from their devices and applications to their transmission networks and clouds comply with laws wherever they or their distribution partners do business.
The Future of IoT Cybersecurity: More Things, More Bandwidth, More Innovation Is Driving Investment in Securing Everything
The best IoT systems comprehensively coordinate anywhere from few to hundreds, thousands and even hundreds of thousands of devices, sending data between their sensors and connected data centers or clouds.