The five elements of IoT security, open source to the rescue!

Eclipse Foundation

More and more IoT vulnerabilities are found and showcased at security events. From connected thermostats to power plants! Insecurity became the favorite subject for creating catchy IoT headlines: "Connected killer toaster", "Fridges changed into spamming machines","Privacy concerns around connected home".
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Spotlight

"The Internet of Things (IoT) is today’s commercial initiative to integrate a wide variety of technical and commercial information-generating components to provide new business opportunities based on device and system intelligence. This technology is the large scale commercialization of technology that has been developed and proven by the U.S. Department of Defense and intelligence community (IC) over the past 15 years. In much the same way that NASA and the early space program in the 1960s spurred innovations in chip technology, automation, propulsion, and miniaturization, solutions developed from the concept of network-centric operations (NCO) translate directly to the foundations of today’s commercial IoT.
Given that IoT concepts originated in the military/intelligence sector, does the commercialization
of IoT provide new opportunities for this community itself? If so, how can vendors exploit these opportunities using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technologies
from companies such as Wind River®? This paper will address these questions."


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Data Analytics and the Internet of Things: Challenges in 2016

Healthcare and Insurance are two industries set for significant disruption because of IoT. They are also inextricably linked business models...
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How To Support Your Supply Chain Operations with Lean Inbound Logistics

GTSCL

The webinar focused on why and how to implement milk run strategies to support the lean supply chain operations - both in manufacturing and distribution, and how the efficient flow of inbound materials through your supply chain can have a significantly positive impact on cost, quality, service, and delivery to your customer. With continued pressures to reduce inventory carrying costs, companies are extending their reliance on lean principles to support end-to-end material flow strategies. Lean inbound logistics requires strategic coordination to synchronize suppliers, transportation providers and multiple supply chain partners. And like all complex multi-party operations, the road to improvement will have its challenges. Such hurdles could include minimizing total logistics costs, identifying the prioritized roadmap and playbook for milk run development and execution, and supplier engagement best practices.
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Transform Business with the Internet of Things

BlackBerry QNX

There's an evolution underway to enable customers to realize their vision for the Internet of Things(IoT) and transform the customer experience. This webinar will provide an overview of the new, cloud-based IoT platform powered by BlackBerry. We will explain and demonstrate how this simple, secure, and scalable solution can revolutionize your business.
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IoT Oracles: From Delphi to Diamonds

Emerging technologies

The Internet of Things allows us to capture data from an ever-expanding ecosystem of connected devices. This data adds value to business and streamlines consumer experience. Its expansion and adoption has been constrained by two things - the speed and availability of data connectivity, and technical limitations on participation and the security of the captured data. The Internet of Things can start to realise its true potential through advances in connectivity (notably the roll-out of 5G networks) and the explosion of development in blockchain technology.
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Spotlight

"The Internet of Things (IoT) is today’s commercial initiative to integrate a wide variety of technical and commercial information-generating components to provide new business opportunities based on device and system intelligence. This technology is the large scale commercialization of technology that has been developed and proven by the U.S. Department of Defense and intelligence community (IC) over the past 15 years. In much the same way that NASA and the early space program in the 1960s spurred innovations in chip technology, automation, propulsion, and miniaturization, solutions developed from the concept of network-centric operations (NCO) translate directly to the foundations of today’s commercial IoT.
Given that IoT concepts originated in the military/intelligence sector, does the commercialization
of IoT provide new opportunities for this community itself? If so, how can vendors exploit these opportunities using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technologies
from companies such as Wind River®? This paper will address these questions."

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