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ORBCOMM | November 11, 2020
ORBCOMM Inc., a worldwide supplier of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, today reported that it has dispatched the ST 9100, a future, double mode telematics gadget focused on observing and controlling resources in the most distant geographies around the globe. The adaptable gadget can be used for a wide variety of IoT applications, for example, vehicle security, fleet management, vessel monitoring, fisheries management just as far off checking of gear in the oil and gas, construction, and utili...
Palo Alto Networks | February 22, 2021
Cybersecurity solutions firm Palo Alto Networks tends to arising worries on healthcare data security in the midst of a worldwide wellbeing emergency. Utilizing machine learning (ML), the organization guarantees more visibility and anticipation in gathering protection prerequisites of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT).
The move desires to help improve data security and patient safety while addressing the requirements of both IT groups and biomedical engineering groups. Internet...
IoT Business News | January 22, 2020
Most of us in the advanced Western world have grown used to having unrestricted Internet access on demand. We find it a major inconvenience to lose it for even a short amount of time, so it’s easy to forget that for many people, an unreliable Internet connection is the standard. This stands especially true for countries in the third world whose political systems have always been easier to misuse and exploit. And with no proper and unrestricted Internet infrastructure one can hardly imagine...
AMTSO | September 06, 2022
AMTSO, the cybersecurity industry's testing standard community, today announced it has published its first Guidelines for Testing of IoT Security Products. Comprised of input from testers and vendors, the guidelines cover principles for the testing of IoT security products providing recommendations on test environment, sample selection, testing of specific security functionality, and performance benchmarking for testers.
The guidelines include the following sections:
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