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Serious IoT data breach likely by 2020, say risk professionals

Well over three-quarters (81 per cent) of professionals who work in corporate governance or risk oversight say that a serious data breach caused by...

Dell: UK lagging well behind Europe on IoT, AI, digital

The UK is lagging well behind other developed countries in its quest to refocus the economy on new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, the...

Gartner: IoT security spend hitting $1.5 billion – but strategy poor

Worldwide spending on Internet of Things security will hit $1.5 billion in 2018, a 28 per cent increase from 2017, according to a new report...

Reports reveal critical need for IoT cybersecurity upgrade

Two reports from the Royal Academy of Engineering reveal a critical need for systematic improvements in IoT security in key industries, and identify how...

How to secure 5G to prevent IoT disasters: expert panel

Kate O'Flaherty speaks to a panel of experts who warn that we are in the uncharted territory of network slicing and mass service takedowns....

Israeli hackers breach baby monitors, smart homes in 30 minutes

NEWSBYTE: Researchers at Ben Gurion University in Israel have found that a variety of off-the-shelf smart home devices, including security cameras, doorbells, and baby...

Smart fridges to come out of cold in $342 billion boom

Increasing interest in the Internet of Things (IoT) could drive smart appliance revenues to over $342 billion worldwide, claims a new report. When analysts started...

IIoT security: How to secure the ‘Internet of Threats’, by IBM

Security has been an afterthought for many IoT applications, but the Internet of Things cannot simply be left to become the “Internet of Threats”,...

Interview: Digital transformation impossible without IoT says Vodafone IoT chief

Communications giant Vodafone says that two-thirds of users believe that digital transformation is impossible without the Internet of Things (IoT). Eighty-one percent of adopters think...

Iron Man cometh? Harvard and Wyss develop AI-powered exosuit

Researchers from the Wyss Institute and Harvard University have developed an algorithm than allows wearable robots to adapt to an individual’s movements in as...

IoT creates M&A hotspots as firms forced to transform – report

Internet of Things (IoT) or Industry 4.0 technologies are driving a new wave of mergers and acquisitions in the technology sector, says a report...

Battery breakthrough puts superfast-charging electric vehicles on road

Research into battery technology by Surrey and Bristol universities, in partnership with Superdielectrics, could lead to electric vehicles that match the range of fossil...
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