Saudi Smart Cities Conference 2017 Announcement

  UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE MINISTRY OF MUNICIPAL AND RURAL AFFAIRS (MOMRA), DAR AL RIYADH AND NISPANA JOINTLY ANNOUNCE THE FIRST SAUDI SMART CITIES CONFERENCE 2017 PRESS RELEASE: 20 FEBRUARY 2017 With the economic diversification plans in place, key government authorities across kingdom are emphasizing on providing the best quality of life for their

Escaping Dark Age Cybersecurity Thinking

This article by Jim Burrows - currently researching Machine Ethics. Prev: Eng. VP at Silent Circle - was originally posted on here. You can read more articles by Jim here. Much of what’s wrong today in the realm of security, especially “cybersecurity” comes from thinking that is rooted in the Dark Ages. “Motte and Bailey” Thinking There

Securing the Internet of Things – Part 3

This article by Calum McClelland - Director of Business Development at Leverege - was originally posted on IoT For All. You can find Calum on Medium, Twitter, and LinkedIn. In Securing the Internet of Things Pt. 1, we saw that security is an absolutely critical component of any IoT system. Without proper security, vulnerable devices can

Securing the Internet of Things – Part 1

This article by Calum McClelland - Director of Business Development at Leverege - was originally posted on IoT For All. You can find Calum on Medium, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Security Needs to Fit Everywhere in IoT To date, security hasn’t been a priority in the Internet of Things. Instead of being viewed as an integral part of

Case Study: IoT and Security – Who Needs Either?

Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking to Damon Hart-Davis, CEO of OpenTRV. Damon is on a quest to reduce heating waste and in so doing “cutting carbon for everyone”. That is noble in itself, however, that was not the main purpose of the conversation. Damon is making use of communications technology to deliver his mission and that brings his product into the realm of IoT. I was naturally interested to hear his views on security and heartened by what he told me. His method is consistent with the founding values of IoTSF....

How to Protect Connected Home Devices and Appliances from Cyber Attacks

By David West, Engineering Director of Icon Labs. The original article can be seen here. In July of 2014, HP Labs did a study of 10 popular IoT devices and found security was shockingly bad. The researchers studied 10 devices, looking at end-to-end security capabilities including privacy protection, authorization, encryption, user interface protection, and

IoT Security for Connected Surveillance Cameras

This blog by Robert Dobson was originally posted on Device Authority website. The IoT is expanding at a rapid rate and is expected to grow over the coming years at a pace which makes previous technology adoptions look insignificant. Predictions are that by 2020 there will be some +20 Billion connected devices worldwide. The IoT

CONTACT US
Thank You. We will contact you as soon as possible.
COMPANY NAME
Dolor aliquet augue augue sit magnis, magna aenean aenean et! Et tempor, facilisis cursus turpis tempor odio. Diam lorem auctor sit, a a? Lundium placerat mus massa nunc habitasse.
  • Goblinus globalus fantumo tubus dia montes
  • Scelerisque cursus dignissim lopatico vutario
  • Montes vutario lacus quis preambul denlac
  • Leftomato denitro oculus softam lorum quis
  • Spiratio dodenus christmas gulleria tix digit
  • Dualo fitemus lacus quis preambul patturtul
CONTACT US
Thank You. We will contact you as soon as possible.
Get in touch
Thank you for your message - we will be in contact soon
Send us a message or give us a call.

Telephone: +44(0)845 1244 656
Subscribe
Sign up to receive all the latest news from the IoT Security Foundation
Thank you for signing up to receive all the latest news from us
Subscribe
Sign up to our newsletter to be kept updated with all the latest news and events
Thank you for signing up to receive our newsletter