iSpeak™ Internet of Things: Understanding Security Risks

iSpeak, Inc.

The Internet of Things is an ideal concept for the digital connected world that we live in. Many technology organizations disagree because of the security risks.
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Spotlight

Depending on which market projection you read, the Internet of Things may consist of anywhere between 50-100 billion devices in the next 5-10 years. Today, there are many incompatible standards that make it difficult for device manufacturers, developers, and end users to realize the vision of a fully-connected future. The Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC) aims to solve this problem by creating a new standard for connecting devices with an open source reference platform. In this presentation, we will introduce the OIC, discuss the organization's mission, the companies involved, and share both current progress and a roadmap for the future.


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The Inside Story: GE Healthcare's Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) Architecture

Embedded Computing Design

The Industrial IoT will connect devices together and to the cloud. These smart, distributed machines will transform today’s unconnected infrastructure into intelligent distributed systems, driving disruptive change through almost every industry. Hospitals are a perfect microcosm of the IoT. Connected patient care systems will transform today’s plethora of often unconnected medical devices into intelligent, distributed systems. These smart ecosystems are expected to become an invaluable tool for the care team, optimizing results, preventing mistakes, and relieving overburdened staff … and improving patient care and outcomes. GE Healthcare is leveraging the GE Digital Predix architecture to connect medical devices, cloud-based analytics, and mobile and wearable instruments. The future communication fabric of its monitoring technology is based on RTI’s data-centric Connext DDS platform.
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License and Entitlement Management - Using Internet of Things to Create Opportunity

Flexera Software

Gartner has projected that growth in the Internet of Things will include 30 billion units installed by Gartner projects that growth in the Internet of Things will include 30 billion units installed by 2020, and it can result in billions of dollars of additional value for device manufacturers. Adoption is predicated on manufacturers investing in innovation in this area, as well as their ability to realize a meaningful ROI. And hyper-growth will require a rethinking of underlying business models, including the manufacturing supply chain and the critical role that software plays in product development and product revenue models. Join us as experts from Gartner and Flexera Software look at what the Internet of Things means for you and your enterprise.
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Discover What’s on Your Network and How to Respond to IOCs

You can’t secure what you can’t see. Don’t get caught without the answer to your CTO/CISO’s question of, “Exactly what devices are on our network, and are they secure?...
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Industrial IoT in the Jungle, Energy Management in Harsh Environments

Azeti

In this latest instalment of the "IoT builder series" , azeti Networks, a software company with a strong focus on Industrial IoT and Automation, will be sharing the experience they have gained through projects in Telecommunications and Manufacturing. Are you planning IoT deployments in sites with difficult access, demanding requirements or with rough conditions? Are you looking to roll out smarter solutions to your remote assets?
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Spotlight

Depending on which market projection you read, the Internet of Things may consist of anywhere between 50-100 billion devices in the next 5-10 years. Today, there are many incompatible standards that make it difficult for device manufacturers, developers, and end users to realize the vision of a fully-connected future. The Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC) aims to solve this problem by creating a new standard for connecting devices with an open source reference platform. In this presentation, we will introduce the OIC, discuss the organization's mission, the companies involved, and share both current progress and a roadmap for the future.

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