Clarifying the Industrial IoT - Part 5: The IIoT Security Challenge

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Unfortunately, the IoT makes every part of nearly every system vulnerable to network attack. The IoT could easily be called the IoT the Internet of Targets. The IoT is a brave new world for risk management.
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Machine to machine (M2M) communication -- whereby sensors and networks allow all the parts of a physical system to communicate directly with each other -- will radically change the way we work, live and travel. M2M will allow us to do more with less, but only if the industry can overcome current market barriers, according to an AT&T-sponsored report published today by Carbon War Room.The potential for M2M technologies to drastically change the way we do business, streamline operations and curb our environmental impacts is evident, but there are significant market barriers that must be addressed to realize the full scalability of these technologies."We've seen the great potential in this technology and made aggressive investments to capitalize on that potential," said John Schulz, Director of Sustainability at AT&T. "We pursued this work with Carbon War Room to tap into their expertise to understand the relationship between this revenue opportunity and potential environmental benefits. This study looks into ways that we can scale that expected huge adoption curve to achieve the benefits faster."In the report Carbon War Room proposes strategies for M2M technologies industry to transform key sectors and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 9 billion tons. It also identifies the challenges that threaten the industry from reaching its full potential, and offers solutions for overcoming them.


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On-Demand Webinar: Insights from Early IoT Adopters

Xively by LogMeIn

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a quickly evolving from a lofty concept to an exciting reality. Early adopters have paved the way for the broader wave of IoT planners and thinkers to move forward in connecting their products, generating a feedback loop between their devices and the end users. The insights gained from IoT pioneers can make the implementation process easier and more straightforward for those to follow.
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Introduction to M2M Technologies: What Wireless or Wired Option is Right for Your Company & Products

Aeris Communications

As the M2M/IOT technology landscape evolves, so do your choices for connectivity. What is the best option for your program today, five years, and ten years from now? Mr. Hosain will review the pros and cons of connectivity options including wired, wifi, cellular, satellite and more for different M2M and IOT applications. During this session, we will review dozens of use cases and make recommendations based on data usage, cost, location, and troubleshooting. Use cases will cover the healthcare/medical, point of sale, digital signage, fleet and utility industries, among others.
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How Industrial IoT is Enabling the Rise of ‘IoT at Scale’

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IoT adoption rates are skyrocketing across many industries as technology advancements and innovations are ushering in the age of “IoT at scale”. The industrial sector also plays a key role in the massive deployment of IoT, as it is expected that Industrial IoT (IIoT) applications are expected to account for 50% of IoT spending by next year.
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Monetizing the Internet of Things (IoT)

Flexera Software

In Gartner’s recent Emerging Technology Analysis Report: Licensing and Entitlement Management is the Key to Monetizing the Internet of Things, Gartner states that the Internet of Things (IoT) turns all hardware and appliance OEM vendors into software providers. They go on to say that licensing and entitlement management technology will serve as a key mechanism that enables manufacturers to protect and monetize the embedded intellectual property running as software on these connected devices.
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Machine to machine (M2M) communication -- whereby sensors and networks allow all the parts of a physical system to communicate directly with each other -- will radically change the way we work, live and travel. M2M will allow us to do more with less, but only if the industry can overcome current market barriers, according to an AT&T-sponsored report published today by Carbon War Room.The potential for M2M technologies to drastically change the way we do business, streamline operations and curb our environmental impacts is evident, but there are significant market barriers that must be addressed to realize the full scalability of these technologies."We've seen the great potential in this technology and made aggressive investments to capitalize on that potential," said John Schulz, Director of Sustainability at AT&T. "We pursued this work with Carbon War Room to tap into their expertise to understand the relationship between this revenue opportunity and potential environmental benefits. This study looks into ways that we can scale that expected huge adoption curve to achieve the benefits faster."In the report Carbon War Room proposes strategies for M2M technologies industry to transform key sectors and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 9 billion tons. It also identifies the challenges that threaten the industry from reaching its full potential, and offers solutions for overcoming them.

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