The Internet of Things Is Full of Motes, Domotics, and BANs - IEEE Spectrum

What does it really mean to have all these devices connected to the Internet? Is there any real value involved? Just because you can, does it mean that you should? —Matt Cicciari. Hang around the Web long enough and you'll see more than your share of ...and more »

Abuse of Trust, Lack of Transparency: HP Shows How to Kill the IoT - CRM Buyer

There's been a lot of virtual ink spilled about the glorious future promised by the Internet of Things: just-in-time service, data-assisted performance optimization for devices, automatic software upgrades, and a host of other hands-off solutions that ...and more »

Armies of hacked smart devices launch unprecedented DDoS attacks - PCWorld

DDoS attacks got a power boost thanks to hundreds of thousands of insecure IoT devices. Email a friend. To. Use commas to separate multiple email addresses. From. Privacy Policy. Thank you. Your message has been sent. Sorry. There was an error ...and more »

Terrorist in the machine: US DOJ fears IoT security threat - ReadWrite

The huge wave of Internet of Things (IoT) enabled devices has the U.S. government worried that the technology harbors lurking security threats. According to a Defense One article, the U.S. Department of Justice has joined other agencies in evaluating ...and more »

The security tsunami of the Internet of Things is coming, are you ready? - TechRepublic

Intel Security's Scott Montgomery took the stage at Structure Security to explain some of the core security and privacy challenges that are coming with the Internet of Things. By Conner Forrest | September 28, 2016, 1:19 PM PST. RSS. Comments; Facebook ...and more »

Finland invests in printing the Internet of Things - to avoid a global environmental nightmare - Business Insider Nordic

FiDiPro Professor Paul Berger, Professor Donald Lupo and doctoral student Suvi Lehtimäki are developing printed electronic components for the Internet of Things. Tampere University of Technology. While vendors are in a mad rush, exploring the ...and more »

IoT Devices Increasingly Being Used For Malware Attacks: Symantec - Gizmodo India

Cybercriminal networks are taking advantage of security shortcomings in Internet of Things (IoT) devices to spread malware and create zombie networks , or botnets, without the knowledge of their device owners, cyber security firm Symantec has found.and more »

The Industrial IoT Brings GE Digital and Bosch Software Closer Together - Datamation

The two heavyweights join forces to promote industrial Internet of Things interoperability. Meanwhile, Samsung partners with Russia's MTS for 5G IoT connectivity. Email Article · Print Article; Comment on this article; null Share Articles. null Digg ...and more »

IoT connectivity: Five steps to IoT innovation, from prototype to production - TechTarget (blog)

It is the Internet of Things, but with an enterprise angle. Take that to mean industry vertical applications, development ecosystems, product design, hardware, deployment and more. Latest Blog Posts. IoT products on display at the NFC Forum Innovation ...and more »

Armies of hacked IoT devices launch unprecedented DDoS attacks - Network World

Security researchers have been warning for years that poor security for internet of things devices could have serious consequences. We're now seeing those warnings come true, with botnets made up of compromised IoT devices capable of launching ...and more »