EASii IC

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EASii IC is a private company based in Grenoble, the French Silicon Valley, specialized in designing electronics and microelectronics, since 2002.

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IOT MALWARE CAMPAIGN INFECTS GLOBAL MANUFACTURING SITES

Dark reading | February 05, 2020

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A new malware campaign built to exploit flaws in connected devices is targeting manufacturers around the world and affecting products from smart printers to heavy operational equipment. Researchers at TrapX Labs first saw this attack targeting Latin American manufacturers in October 2019. Since then, it has continued to expand, with a peak in December and ongoing growth this year in regions including North America, Africa, and the Middle East, says TrapX CEO Ori Bach."Given the nature of th...

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WGC 2020 TO EMPHASIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF WI-FI TECHNOLOGY TO IOT DEPLOYMENTS

EE Times | February 05, 2020

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IOTSWC focuses on showing the real impact of IoT on the digitization of industries, together with other disruptive technologies.. The WGC Barcelona will also cover topics such as Wi-Fi customer experience, synergies with the IoT ecosystem, the impact of Wi-...

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CONNEXIN ANNOUNCES TO LAUNCH UK’S FIRST NATIONWIDE IOT NETWORK

Connexin | December 16, 2020

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Structure based Connexin is set to dominate the competition to offer the UK's first cross country IoT network. Connexin vows to keep conveying "transporter grade" availability over its Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) as the organization extends past its present provincial arrangements. Existing preliminaries of Connexin's organization have been held with associations including Yorkshire Water, Hull City Council, and Amey. Foll...

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SEVEN IN 10 COMPANIES KNOW OF HACKS AGAINST THEIR IOT DEVICES, RESEARCH FINDS

IoT Tech News | February 21, 2020

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The IoT is barreling towards the enterprise – but companies remain highly vulnerable to IoT-based attacks, according to a new report.The study from Extreme Networks, which polled 540 IT professionals across industries in the North America, Europe and Asia Pacific regions, found that 70% of companies who said they employed IoT devices were fully aware of successful or attempted hacks. 84% of those polled said they employed IoT devices of some subscription, with more than half admitting they...

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Dark reading | February 05, 2020

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IOT MALWARE CAMPAIGN INFECTS GLOBAL MANUFACTURING SITES

A new malware campaign built to exploit flaws in connected devices is targeting manufacturers around the world and affecting products from smart printers to heavy operational equipment. Researchers at TrapX Labs first saw this attack targeting Latin American manufacturers in October 2019. Since then, it has continued to expand, with a peak in December and ongoing growth this year in regions including North America, Africa, and the Middle East, says TrapX CEO Ori Bach."Given the nature of th...

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EE Times | February 05, 2020

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WGC 2020 TO EMPHASIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF WI-FI TECHNOLOGY TO IOT DEPLOYMENTS

IOTSWC focuses on showing the real impact of IoT on the digitization of industries, together with other disruptive technologies.. The WGC Barcelona will also cover topics such as Wi-Fi customer experience, synergies with the IoT ecosystem, the impact of Wi-...

Read More

INDUSTRIAL IOT

Connexin | December 16, 2020

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CONNEXIN ANNOUNCES TO LAUNCH UK’S FIRST NATIONWIDE IOT NETWORK

Structure based Connexin is set to dominate the competition to offer the UK's first cross country IoT network. Connexin vows to keep conveying "transporter grade" availability over its Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) as the organization extends past its present provincial arrangements. Existing preliminaries of Connexin's organization have been held with associations including Yorkshire Water, Hull City Council, and Amey. Foll...

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IoT Tech News | February 21, 2020

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SEVEN IN 10 COMPANIES KNOW OF HACKS AGAINST THEIR IOT DEVICES, RESEARCH FINDS

The IoT is barreling towards the enterprise – but companies remain highly vulnerable to IoT-based attacks, according to a new report.The study from Extreme Networks, which polled 540 IT professionals across industries in the North America, Europe and Asia Pacific regions, found that 70% of companies who said they employed IoT devices were fully aware of successful or attempted hacks. 84% of those polled said they employed IoT devices of some subscription, with more than half admitting they...

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