The Wired Jeep Hack is not a modern “Christine” but shows we’d better secure who is in the driver’s seat0
Last week, hackers cut the engine of a Wired journalist’s car on the highway. This has implications for trust in the Internet of Things.
The smartphone is set to benefit hugely from the new levels of connectivity offered by the Internet of Things. We explore how your mobile experience will change.
Working with Telecoms.com, we’ve helped deliver an outlook on the IoT for 2015, which shows how security and standardization are the keys to expansion of the Industrial IoT.
1,000 telecom and enterprise technology professionals give their thoughts on the industry to help businesses develop their own IoT strategies and initiatives.
At a recent conference, Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan, Singapore’s Minister for the Environment & Water Resources and Minister-in-Charge of Smart Nation, described the Internet of Things (IoT) as a “Tsunami of IT revolution”. With an estimated 30-50 billion devices expected to be connected by 2020, IoT is set to dramatically transform governments, industries, and consumers. So, […]
In a context of ever growing cyber attacks, as revealed by Gemalto’s Breach Level Index study, enterprises need to defend themselves against cyber threats with an integrated approach that combines sound IT policies with multi layered security.
2015 has been called the year of the Internet of Things. Our VP of M2M marketing and services Laetitia Jay spoke to the Daily Telegraph (UK) about what the IoT is, and its benefits
Tokenization is an increasingly popular mechanism for enabling issuers and service providers to address the market fragmentation in Asia Pacific’s NFC mobile payments industry and reach the broadest user base.