Category Archives for "IOT – Mobile – Wireless"

Mobile Device Security BYOD

Mobile Device Security – Best Practices for Workplace BYOD

Going online increasingly means going mobile. “There’s an app for that” is the truth these days. Unfortunately, mobile device security brings the same set of concerns that full computer and cloud systems are battling – threats, hacking, and ransomware. The biggest security threat to mobile devices that is not found in desktops or servers is […]

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IoT enabling Smart Cities to realize the Ultimate Urban Development Vision

2017 is characterized by an explosion of urbanization with IoT enabling smart cities to optimize services to their residents.  According to the recent World Cities report of the United Nations over 3.7 billion people are now living in urban areas, while this number is expected to double by 2050. Urbanization trends are accompanied by a […]

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Are you Prepared to Defend against Mobile Threat Exploits?

When we think of cyber threats to endpoints, typically what comes to mind is the need to protect our PC’s and laptops. Many more businesses are adding comprehensive security solutions and user policies administered to include mobile threat exploits. But it’s unquestionable now that mobile phones are just as likely (if not more likely) to […]

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IoT Security Chipset in Embedded Devices

Embedded Devices with IoT Security and Vulnerabilities

Embedded Devices, once thought to be too small to include their own security, undergo a more thorough analysis beginning with firmware testing. The software inside the chip is just as important as the application controlling it. Both need to be tested for security and quality. Some of the early IoT botnets have leveraged vulnerabilities and […]

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5G Wireless in Long Range Drone Control

5G Wireless – the Future of Long Range Drone Control

According to wireless technology company Qualcomm, “5G connectivity will enable a worldwide boom in drone use, for fun, research, and business.” But for now, U.S. drone activity is limited to line-of-sight control. Regulations will need to catch up to the fast-developing technology.to enable the future of long range drone control. “A Highway in the Sky”  […]

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