Role-Based Access Control in the IoT: A New Paradigm for Dealer Support

Ayla Networks

How do you simultaneously empower and control your dealers’ support activities? The Ayla Networks IoT platform’s role-based access control (RBAC) gives manufacturers the ability to grant selected access to their connected IoT HVAC products in the field—to in-house customer support, dealers, other maintenance personnel, even end users—based on specified ‘roles.
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Spotlight

As the power of the cloud continues to lend itself
to disruptive innovation across multiple industries,
the commercial building space is quickly becoming
the next manifestation of the Internet of Things.
Forward-thinking building and facilities managers
are realizing they need to bring their buildings online
in order to access the real-time data that lies
within them--and innovative software (like Lucid’s
BuildingOS) is enabling this data access and visibility.

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IoT Applications and Instant Networks for Law Enforcement

justiceclearinghouse

With advanced technology, law enforcement agencies benefit from the ability to be at the right place at the right time — and with the right tools to enable critical communications so officers have the real-time information they need. With the capabilities of smart sensors, smart surveillance, license plate readers and recorders, and the ability to readily push this data to headquarters and responding emergency workers, the system can be advanced to reach vast capabilities in the detection, determination, and deterrence of criminal activity.
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IoT Device Management 2021 market trends and lessons learned

The market for IoT device management has been rapidly evolving over the years, and 2020 has been particularly fast-paced. So what have we learned from 2020? Where is the market headed next? What success factors must enterprises using device management consider? To answer these questions, we will share insights from major projects in healthcare and innovation. Watch this webinar and learn what to look out for in IoT device management projects in 2021.
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5G, Network & IoT Cybersecurity

The increased demand for connectivity and 5G network-enabled IoT solutions is causing technology providers, telcos, agencies to rush to be first to market, clamoring for dominance in a relatively new, untapped market. This wave of competition may push some orgnisations to sacrifice security testing for speed, allowing potential vulnerabilities to remain hidden in the entire value chain of 5G, network and IoT.
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Why the IoT Needs Upgradable Security

Silicon Labs

In this webinar, Lars Lydersen, senior director of product security at Silicon Labs, delves into the historical data of how adversary capability has evolved, and discusses how these can be extrapolated into the future. This understanding gives a necessary background to evaluate what security functionality is necessary in an IoT design. Even with advanced security functionality, there will always be unknown unknowns, and it will be necessary to secure against attacks and adversaries of the future.
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Spotlight

As the power of the cloud continues to lend itself
to disruptive innovation across multiple industries,
the commercial building space is quickly becoming
the next manifestation of the Internet of Things.
Forward-thinking building and facilities managers
are realizing they need to bring their buildings online
in order to access the real-time data that lies
within them--and innovative software (like Lucid’s
BuildingOS) is enabling this data access and visibility.

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