5G The Future of IoT

November 1, 2019

The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming businesses and peoples’ lives, and will continue to ignite innovations in the future. It is expected that we will progress to tens of billions of connected devices globally over the next decade1 that will generate multi-trillion dollars of economic value2 across many markets forming the foundation of a totally interconnected world—or the Internet of Everything.

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Advancing the Industrial Internet of Things

whitePaper | December 6, 2019

This white paper demonstrates how two leading organizations in the Internet of Things (IoT) can work together towards a common purpose of a robust, interoperable, flexible and efficient Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). We first introduce the two organizations, the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and oneM2MTM, then illustrate their technical approach to IoT solutions, demonstrating how both organizations’ thought leaders envision the growth of IoT through collaboration.

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WI-FI 6E AND FUTURE-PROOFING WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE

whitePaper | May 23, 2023

The future of wireless networking needs will continue to grow. Location based services, sensors, and IoT devices will continue to be added to wireless networks. Expanding and new uses of Wi-Fi that require high performing connections like AR/VR, AI/ML, and new technologies we don’t even know about yet will compete for wireless network resources. Finally, all the standard uses we currently associate with Wi-Fi like video and voice calls, streaming services and cloud hosted applications will continue to bring more devices to wireless networks with increasing traffic demands.

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EyeSpy - Iranian Spyware Delivered in VPN Installers

whitePaper | August 16, 2022

During routine analysis of detection performance, we noticed a batch of processes that respected the same pattern in the process names. These names begin with sys, win or lib followed by a word that describes the functionality, such as bus, crt, temp, cache, init, and end in 32.exe. We later noticed that the .bat files and the downloaded payloads respect the same naming convention. Further investigation revealed the components are part of a monitoring application called SecondEye, developed in Iran and distributed legitimately via the developer’s website. We also found that some spyware components were already described in an article published by Blackpoint [1]. In the article, researchers drew attention to the dangers of legally distributed monitoring software with malicious behavior

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Best Practice For End-To-End IoT Security

whitePaper | January 31, 2022

Security concerns remain a major barrier to IoT adoption for as many as 85% of IoT industry leaders1. Fraud is growing in this area, causing widespread agreement across the ecosystem that securing the IoT application is the only way to fully develop its business potential. The good news is the vast majority of attacks can be prevented – and the resilience of any IoT deployment significantly improved – with measures that are simple and cost-effective to implement.

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How is the IoT world shaping up in 2021 and what trends will influence the future of IoT?

whitePaper | June 8, 2021

Despite the close of a tumultuous 2020 and the start of 2021, connected devices will continue to shape the future of numerous industries and businesses are confident that the Internet of Things (IoT) will play a key role in the future success of their trade. Several trends continue to gather momentum, stimulating IoT’s prominence in 2021, from Industrial IoT devices to health-and-safety applications as COVID-19 continues to take center stage. Here are a few facts, figures and trends, gathered across the web, that can help us understand where the IoT world is at, how it’s been impacted by the pandemics, and what to expect over the next few years.

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Four Ways that Technology is Remolding the Digital Supply Chain

whitePaper | December 27, 2019

Industry 4.0 ideals challenge supply chains to deliver advanced capabilities beyond those inherent in typical operating functions. Emerging digital technologies are enabling processes, partners, products and services to work harmoniously to enhance today’s highly interconnected and networked supply chain.

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