Internet of Things News

The Internet of Things is a technology concept that has started to take shape, and that many predict will change the way that people live and work, much in the same way that the internet did. In terms of technology, it is a fast-moving and interesting topic, while at the same time presents a number of questions for society. To keep up with all the Internet of Things news, register for the Wiser daily email. At the moment, most things that are connected to the internet are computer devices - desktop computers, laptops, servers, tablets, smartphones etc. When the Internet of Things becomes a reality, everything will be connected and will have a unique identifier. This could be a car, a light switch, an oven, a road sign, or anything else. And unlike the original internet which was built by humans typing in code, machines will be able to act together. This presents opportunities but there are also concerns, including questions about privacy and security. The free daily Internet of Things news email from Wiser is the best way to stay up-to-date with news about the technology, as well as the views and opinions of the leading players in the field.

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Cybersecurity solutions market to top $202 billion by 2021: Report
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The IoT business model enters a new phase
TechTarget • Whatis.Com
Cartoon About Connected Devices
TeachPrivacy » TeachPrivacy • Daniel Solove
Weekly Rewind: Top 10 Stories On CXOToday (Mar 14-18)
RSS Feed - CXOtoday.com • Sohini Bagchi
We've Brought These Stupid 'Internet Of Things' Hacks Upon Ourselves
Lifehacker Australia • Thorin Klosowski
Letter: Self-Driving Nightmare
The New York Times
How to Prevent Future Cyber Attacks
Atlantic Council • Catherine Lotrionte, Franklin D. Kramer, Robert Butler, U.S. News, World Report
We’ve Brought These Stupid ‘Internet of Things’ Hacks Upon Ourselves
Lifehacker • Thorin Klosowski
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Lifehacker • Thorin Klosowski
Comtech Telecommunications Corp. Announces Contract Renewal for Location Positioning Solutions Worth $7.3 Million
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Cybersecurity solutions market to top $202 billion by 2021: Report
The Business JournalsBrian Feldt
The cybersecurity solutions market is expected to grow to a $202.36 billion industry by 2021, according to new market research published by MarketsandMarkets. That growth — a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.6 percent — is driven by a rise in...
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Economic Policy, Internet of Things
The IoT business model enters a new phase
TechTargetWhatis.Com
The world envisioned by Jonathan Foucheaux is like the start to a common joke: A football fan walks up to the bar. But here's where the story changes. Instead of the awkward punchline, Foucheaux's events management company, Solomon Group, can deliver a...
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Internet of Things, Security Software & Services
Cartoon About Connected Devices
TeachPrivacy » TeachPrivacyDaniel Solove
This cartoon depicts the potential future of the Internet of Things. As more and more devices are connected to the Internet, including ones implanted in people’s bodies, increasing thought must be given to the privacy and security implications. The speed of technological...
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Brand Management, Internet of Things
Weekly Rewind: Top 10 Stories On CXOToday (Mar 14-18)
RSS Feed - CXOtoday.comSohini Bagchi
It was another action-packed week in the technology world that can have a significant impact on decision makers in business. Undoubtedly the most exciting update was that the future is moving towards safe and efficient robot-human interaction – dubbed “collaborative robotics” or...
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Internet of Things
We've Brought These Stupid 'Internet Of Things' Hacks Upon Ourselves
Lifehacker AustraliaThorin Klosowski
Whether it's poorly reported stories of hacked Samsung TVs, sadly hilarious tales of hacked teddy bears, or even more bizarre claims about wiretapped microwaves, real, fake and overblown accounts of all the things that can happen with the devices we choose to...
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Auto Industry, Internet of Things
Letter: Self-Driving Nightmare
The New York Times
To the Editor: Re “Creating a Road Map for the Self-Driving Car” (Business Day, March 3): The database for a fully autonomous vehicle must encompass, in continually updated real time, not merely every road in this country, but also every driveway, every...
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Corporate Governance, Internet of Things
How to Prevent Future Cyber Attacks
Atlantic CouncilCatherine Lotrionte, Franklin D. Kramer, Robert Butler, U.S. News, World Report
Wednesday's indictment of Russian hackers, including from Russia's Federal Security Service, over cyberthefts against Yahoo and the continuing controversy around cyberattacks by Russia against the Democratic National Committee have highlighted the challenge of internet vulnerability…. As challenging as such attacks are, they...
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Internet of Things
We’ve Brought These Stupid ‘Internet of Things’ Hacks Upon Ourselves
LifehackerThorin Klosowski
Whether it’s poorly reported stories of hacked Samsung TVs, sadly hilarious tales of hacked teddy bears, or even more bizarre claims about wiretapped microwaves, real, fake, and overblown accounts of all the things that can happen with the devices we choose to...
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Internet of Things
We’ve Brought These Stupid ‘Internet of Things’ Hacks Upon Ourselves
LifehackerThorin Klosowski
Whether it’s poorly reported stories of hacked Samsung TVs, sadly hilarious tales of hacked teddy bears, or even more bizarre claims about wiretapped microwaves, real, fake, and overblown accounts of all the things that can happen with the devices we choose to...
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Corporate Governance, Financial Regulatory Bodies
Comtech Telecommunications Corp. Announces Contract Renewal for Location Positioning Solutions Worth $7.3 Million
BusinessWire
MELVILLE, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 15, 2017-- Comtech Telecommunications Corp. (Nasdaq: CMTL) announced today that the Company’s Commercial Solutions segment has received a two-year renewal agreement worth $7.3 million with a tier-one North American telecommunications company for the use of a customized location positioning...
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