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IoT Marketing, Industry Insights Webinars | May 13, 2021
IoT Marketing hosted the "Going Green with IoT" edition of Industry Insights Webinars in an attempt to encourage sustainable and effective IoT products and services, as well as the greening of all areas of connected solutions.
The Green, Lean, Machine2Machine contest, which consisted of two award categories: the Most Sustainable IoT Solution and the Most Efficient IoT Solution, was featured during the live virtual event.
The event's panelists and judge...
AFWERX | April 12, 2021
The Air Force's innovation arm is looking at innovative ways to protect its networks, due to the development of internet-of-things technology and the introduction of 5G.
Phosphorus Cybersecurity has been awarded a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research contract by AFWERX. Under the terms of the deal, the company will assist the Air Force in developing a flexible security infrastructure to ensure that the 5G-enabled IoT devices it intends to install do not increase the netw...
Buildings IOT | April 04, 2022
s building owners become increasingly interested in advanced tools to better manage their properties, Buildings IOT released the OAP (Ontology Alignment Project). This open-source ontology includes a data model for a growing list of systems within the built environment and is foundational for improving building management and operations. The OAP defines both the name and the points associated with building entities as diverse as rooftop units, electric meters, and booster pumps to make their dat...
Future IoT | February 10, 2020
Check Point Research last Friday revealed that smart lightbulbs and their control bridge could be used to exploit an IoT network to launch attacks on conventional computer networks in homes, businesses or even smart cities.
Researchers focused on the popular Philips Hue smart bulbs and bridge and identified the CVE-2020-6007 vulnerability that enabled it to infiltrate networks using a remote exploit in the Zigbee low-power protocol, which is used to control a wide range of IoT dev...
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