2016 09 08 19 39 MQTT The Protocol of “The Internet of Things”

Axelta

The Internet of Things (IoT), the collection of millions of physical devices connected to a network to merge the digital with the physical, is estimated to have billions of devices in the next few years.This webinar will explore one of the key unifying protocols which enable the sensor to share information with the cloud. It is a very lightweight messaging protocol which meets the needs of most IoT related communications. The protocol is mature, with the first use over a decade ago.
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Spotlight

Solution security has traditionally been associated with the security of personal data. In the IoT era, however, it has transformed into the security of privacy. Violations of user privacy such as remote surveillance via smart home cameras, multimedia or baby monitors; interference in the functioning of household devices; unexpected shutdowns and the failure of everyday services that are normally available – all of this is unacceptable to the end user. At the same time, the internet of things provides tremendous opportunities for device manufacturing (including hardware components and software), telecom services and the integration market. A lack of trust in IoT solutions among end users could block or significantly slow down the realization of these capabilities. That’s why end-to-end security of IoT solutions is the main priority for all those involved.


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Webinar: IoT in Healthcare- An Overview

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The healthcare ecosystem is witnessing a huge transformation lately; propelled by improved care and patient outcomes as the critical drivers. Briefly put, organizations (providers, hospitals and all) are leveraging the potential of Internet of Things, to empower their people, patients to take control of their own health.
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IoT Security Automation for Connected Surveillance Cameras.

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Healthcare providers are demanding technologies that reduce overall costs for the prevention or management of chronic illnesses. This category includes technologies that use devices that constantly monitor health indicators; devices that auto-administer therapies; or devices that track in real-time when a patient self-administers a therapy. Engineering simulation solutions from ANSYS are making medicine participatory, personalized, predictive and preventive (P4 medicine) via the medical Internet of Things (IoT).
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In the rush to deploy and reap the benefits of IoT, enterprise security pros are now presented with a new challenge less secure or unpatchable devices touching the network with expanded wireless connections. While IoT systems benefit enterprises with new capabilities, the technology also presents financial, safety and other risks.
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Spotlight

Solution security has traditionally been associated with the security of personal data. In the IoT era, however, it has transformed into the security of privacy. Violations of user privacy such as remote surveillance via smart home cameras, multimedia or baby monitors; interference in the functioning of household devices; unexpected shutdowns and the failure of everyday services that are normally available – all of this is unacceptable to the end user. At the same time, the internet of things provides tremendous opportunities for device manufacturing (including hardware components and software), telecom services and the integration market. A lack of trust in IoT solutions among end users could block or significantly slow down the realization of these capabilities. That’s why end-to-end security of IoT solutions is the main priority for all those involved.

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