National Technical Services Pty. Ltd.

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Network Infrastructure, Technology and Electrical Installation, Building Security and Management Systems National Technical Services (NTS), is an Australian family business located in Western Sydney. We have a regional office in Grafton, northern NSW and offer a strong national capacity supported by a loyal footprint of sub-contractors across all states in Australia. Operating since 1999, NTS have grown into a highly trusted, business delivering Tier 1 network and technology projects, and customised solutions with excellence for several Government ICT departments and corporate agencies.

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IOT SECURITY AND THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SUPPLIER APATHY

Healthcare IT news | January 29, 2020

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Warnings about IoT vulnerabilities have resounded across 2020 cybersecurity predictions, but the greatest vulnerability of all is apathy. This charge can potentially be applied to anyone and everyone from healthcare providers to government agencies. What I want to focus on, however, is the supplier community. I increasingly talk to CIOs and CISOs that express a frustration with the behaviour of their suppliers. It seems that many are ambiguous about proactively addressing regulatory standards th...

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NEWCASTLE USING MIDDLEWARE TO SIMPLIFY CITY-SCALE IOT

IT News | January 20, 2020

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The City of Newcastle will use National Narrowband Network Co’s (NNNCo) middleware and device certification program to simplify IOT rollouts across the city. The City recently secured a deal with NNNCo allowing it to connect thousands of IoT devices to the middleware, which is called the N2N-DL Data Platform. The City of Gold Coast and Dantia, the economic development arm of Lake Macquarie Council, also use the platform. The platform is designed to make it easier to connect IOT data to mul...

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BY 2026, THERE WILL BE 23 BILLION IOT CONNECTIONS, PRESENTING NEW THREAT VECTORS AND GENERATING US$16 BILLION IN IOT SECURITY REVENUE

ABI Research | April 21, 2021

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There are currently 8.6 billion IoT connections. By 2026, the figure is expected to nearly triple to 23.6 billion. ABI Research's latest whitepaper, Connected & Protected: The Threats and Opportunities of IoT Security, examines how the rapid increase of IoT connections will usher in a new age of connectivity and productivity, as well as a slew of new threat vectors and vulnerabilities. At the same time, the looming security gaps present a huge revenue opportunity for IoT security players...

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INTELLIGENCE OF THINGS (IOT) TRACKER SHINES A LIGHT ON 2021

Pymnts | January 15, 2020

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The smiley face of the Internet of Things (IoT) in 2020 mostly involves refrigerators that self-refill, voice-assisted homes, cars that can order takeout and some large-scale industrial automation. But the true, world-changing potential for IoT is its use in “smart cities,” from intelligent energy grids to mass-transit systems that autodetect issues and streamline human mobility. These are just a few of the megatrends and field tests highlighted in the January 2020 PYMNTS Intelligenc...

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Healthcare IT news | January 29, 2020

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IOT SECURITY AND THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SUPPLIER APATHY

Warnings about IoT vulnerabilities have resounded across 2020 cybersecurity predictions, but the greatest vulnerability of all is apathy. This charge can potentially be applied to anyone and everyone from healthcare providers to government agencies. What I want to focus on, however, is the supplier community. I increasingly talk to CIOs and CISOs that express a frustration with the behaviour of their suppliers. It seems that many are ambiguous about proactively addressing regulatory standards th...

Read More

IT News | January 20, 2020

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NEWCASTLE USING MIDDLEWARE TO SIMPLIFY CITY-SCALE IOT

The City of Newcastle will use National Narrowband Network Co’s (NNNCo) middleware and device certification program to simplify IOT rollouts across the city. The City recently secured a deal with NNNCo allowing it to connect thousands of IoT devices to the middleware, which is called the N2N-DL Data Platform. The City of Gold Coast and Dantia, the economic development arm of Lake Macquarie Council, also use the platform. The platform is designed to make it easier to connect IOT data to mul...

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ABI Research | April 21, 2021

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BY 2026, THERE WILL BE 23 BILLION IOT CONNECTIONS, PRESENTING NEW THREAT VECTORS AND GENERATING US$16 BILLION IN IOT SECURITY REVENUE

There are currently 8.6 billion IoT connections. By 2026, the figure is expected to nearly triple to 23.6 billion. ABI Research's latest whitepaper, Connected & Protected: The Threats and Opportunities of IoT Security, examines how the rapid increase of IoT connections will usher in a new age of connectivity and productivity, as well as a slew of new threat vectors and vulnerabilities. At the same time, the looming security gaps present a huge revenue opportunity for IoT security players...

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Pymnts | January 15, 2020

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INTELLIGENCE OF THINGS (IOT) TRACKER SHINES A LIGHT ON 2021

The smiley face of the Internet of Things (IoT) in 2020 mostly involves refrigerators that self-refill, voice-assisted homes, cars that can order takeout and some large-scale industrial automation. But the true, world-changing potential for IoT is its use in “smart cities,” from intelligent energy grids to mass-transit systems that autodetect issues and streamline human mobility. These are just a few of the megatrends and field tests highlighted in the January 2020 PYMNTS Intelligenc...

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