Tag: IoT

Our world is on its way to being completely connected and at our fingertips, thanks to the Internet of Things. But with those millions of possibilities comes the millions of threats of security breaches connected devices pose. It’s an issue that is slowly getting attention, but it will probably take many more attacks like the one on Dyn in October before a change in culture is brought about. If you use devices such as cameras to monitor hallways or medical …

As technology gets more complex and ingrained into our lives, studies have shown consumers are increasingly feeling overwhelmed about how to protect themselves. Since criminals are getting more sophisticated, we have to as well, right? Not so. The reason we feel overwhelmed isn’t always because of the levels we have to go to in order to protect ourselves, it’s because we have more devices we need to protect. Most consumers trust that the IoT products they buy are being built with security …

The growing number of devices connected to the Internet of Things or IoT, provides an endless number of possibilities for our world. But as more and more devices come out, it’s impossible to ignore the security of them. One non-profit, the Online Trust Alliance, has taken steps to address the problem of cybersecurity in the IoT by releasing an updated IoT Trust Framework. The framework, originally released in 2015, includes 31 principles of trust and privacy that it recommends IoT manufacturers …

Online Tech’s latest stop during its time in Indiana was the Indy Big Data conference, held on Sept. 1. The aim of the conference was to grow and learn within the big data field and prepare for the exponential amounts of data that are being created with the Internet of Things (IoT). The conference was called “The Tipping Point,” and according to the Big Data website, leaders wanted to focus on “creating a big data culture of success and exploring …

What does the future look like to you? Does it include flying cars and meals in the form of pills? Will we no longer have diseases to worry about, or will robots be serving our every whim? Maybe it’s not quite like the Jetsons now, but thanks to the Internet of Things, that future is coming faster than you think. In a nutshell, the Internet of Things allows anything with a WiFi connection to be connected to the Internet. This …

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