Tag: Internet of Things

PewDiePie Supporters Hack Printers Again, But This Time With a Serious Intention

This time there appears to be a bigger message to users: protect your printers.

Calgary, Alberta unveils 4 new smart city initiatives

The City of Calgary unveiled four new smart city initiatives designed to improve air quality, disabled services, climate and speed of play on its golf courses.

Reference framework for the Internet of Things

How ISO 30141 will help ensure Internet of Things systems are seamless, safer and far more resilient.

The Internet Of Things is becoming the Internet Of Threats

Security by design is a methodical process, not an ad hoc undertaking. Failure to adopt this mindset for every single IoT device will likely lead to the need to make quick fixes to address bugs or newly discovered security threats.

From high-tech gadgets to the smart enterprise

How can we ensure efficient management of these automated systems so disruption is positive and does not become a bewildering maelstrom beyond our control?

World Standards Day 2018 puts the spotlight on the Fourth Industrial Revolution

On World Standards Day, we highlight the crucial role of International Standards.

Why Smart Cities are a golden opportunity for entrepreneurs

As we design the cities of tomorrow, entrepreneurs should take the lead.

Solving the Smart City Puzzle

Andrew Bevan, Smart Mobility Director, says transparency and the sharing of data open a whole new world of possibilities for smart cities.

Commonwealth Bank completes blockchain-based global trade pilot

Seventeen tonnes of almonds have successfully been shipped and tracked from Sunraysia in Victoria, Australia, to Hamburg in Germany in a blockchain-based collaboration between Commonwealth Bank and five Australian and international supply chain leaders.

The smart home that spied on its owner!

For two months, technology journalist Kashmir Hill let innocent household items spy on her and collect valuable information. See her shocking analysis!

Cities that Fail to Become Smart Could be the next Digital Rust Belt

The third annual Smart Cities Connect Conference in Kansas City delivered an important message: become smart or be left behind.

You can hack almost any smart device with a Google search!

Recent research show how easy it is to extract the default hard-coded passwords of any machine when you have physical access to it.

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