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Kaspersky | October 15, 2020
The digitalization of industrial infrastructure is underway, and 55% of organizations are confident that the Internet of Things, as one of its key aspects, will change the state of security in industrial control systems (ICS). According to Kaspersky’s recent report, 20% of organizations have already prioritized IoT-related incidents, but effective solutions against IoT threats are not yet widespread.
Industrial organizations continue to implement digitalization and Industry ...
SPYR Inc | April 13, 2022
SPYR Inc., dba SPYR Technologies, a technology company whose subsidiary, Applied Magix, Inc., develops and resells Apple ecosystem compatible products in the multibillion-dollar smart home and connected car markets, announced that Applied Magix is looking into AI applications for its products.
While the public perception of AI is that robots and supercomputers are out to take over the world, the reality inside the area of IoT looks to be a lot more mundane on the surface. It entai...
Threat Post | January 28, 2020
The LoRaWAN protocol has become standard in the world of industrial IoT because of its support for low-power wireless devices over long distances and its end-to-end encryption technology. However, bad implementations and security flaws make the protocol a real blind spot in the fraught world of IoT security, as LoRaWAN is easily susceptible to threats that could cause widespread disruption and even destruction if it’s not implemented correctly, IOActive researchers have found. LoRaWAN, or ...
Efinix | August 22, 2022
Efinix, an innovator in programmable product platforms and technology, today announced that its popular Trion® T20 FPGA has been selected for the Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation’s SPRESENSE™ HDR Camera Board. The HDR Camera Board is one of the extension options available for the SPRESENSE ultra-low power development platform designed as an open-source environment for edge and IoT applications. This small form factor development kit leverages the tiny 3.6mm X 4.5mm wafer ...
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