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Sharpened edge needed for IoT edge databases

As more IoT data is processed out on the edge of networks, on or near devices, the awareness that edge databases need to get...

Petya or NotPetya, the IoT needs security

This week, organizations across the world have fallen victim to a new ransomware attack, dubbed NotPetya, seemingly designed to cause maximum damage and disruption...

Half of US companies hit by IoT security breaches, says survey

Almost half of all companies in the US using an IoT network have been the victims of recent security breaches, according to a survey. The survey...

Lone worker protection services market to reach €260 million by 2021,...

New research from analyst company Berg Insight has forecast that the market for lone worker protection solutions in Europe and North America will reach €260...

No more security through obscurity for IoT device makers

The outcry over security compromises involving ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) devices has led to much hand-wringing over the potential future of the market. But...

Cloudflare launches Orbit security offering to protect IoT devices

CloudFlare has launched a new service called Orbit to help protect IoT devices against hacking and malware. The Orbit service routes an organization’s IoT traffic through...

More than two-thirds of consumers are concerned about IoT device security

More than two-thirds (69 percent) of US and UK consumers are concerned about the security of their personal data with Internet of Things (IoT)...

Dunelm boosts supply chain operations with IoT and SAP

IoB speaks to Gavin Chappell, supply chain and merchandising director at UK home furnishing retailer Dunelm, about the challenge of managing supply chain and...

Intelligent hand-dryer collects bathroom-break data

Drying your hands after a bathroom break may never be the same again. A new smart product, the AdDryer from Savortex, promises to blast users with advertisements,...

BrickerBot ‘creator’ claims two million IoT devices have been destroyed

BrickerBot, a piece of malware designed to damage insecure IoT devices so badly that they become useless, has now 'bricked' as many as two million devices, according...

Linux Foundation EdgeX Foundry aims to ‘unpickle’ IoT interoperability

The new EdgeX Foundry project aims to unify the IoT marketplace, but with so many groups already having tried and never quite succeeded, could...

Expanding your IoT offering into the US? Think bigger. Think globally.

Jonathan Smith, director of connectivity sales for Europe at IoT/M2M specialist Aeris, shares his tips on how European makers of IoT-enabled devices can successfully...