Internet of Things
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“You can’t stop the device from getting hacked, you have to defend your data” – A Primer with Kevin Mahaffey
Kevin Mahaffey is an entrepreneur, investor and engineer with a background in cybersecurity, mobile and machine intelligence. He is CTO and Founder of Lookout, a cybersecurity company dedicated making the world more secure and trustworthy as it becomes more connected, starting with smartphones and tablets. He started building software when
Anatoly Lebedev is the CEO and Co-Founder of Irish company Cesanta. Together with his team, he helps define the future of embedded communication technologies. He believes that if we want to get to 20 billion connected devices by 2020, then IoT integration needs to be made simple, secure and fast.
Meet the people at the forefront of Big Data and world changing technology Where: Rise Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel When: September 25th 2016 datanatives.io Taking place in one of the world’s largest startup nations, Data Natives Tel Aviv celebrates four areas of technology that are driving business innovation and
Cisco and Microsoft have recently invested in the Internet of Things (IoT) – indicating not only that IoT has reached massive scale, but that tech giants are clearly putting their bets behind it. Why? Because IoT is changing the game. Consider the collapse of the I-35 W Mississippi River Bridge
Many industry prognosticators (and not a few vendors) are pushing Internet of Things (IoT) technology but are somewhat vague as to how financial results for actual businesses will be materially improved. Instead, they tend to focus on concepts like “digital transformation,” which sound promising but is difficult to quantify. This
Developers are gatekeepers to the future of possibilities enabled by the Internet of Things. Billions of new devices will go online and connect to the cloud by 2020, from simple sensors to smart light bulbs, connected machinery and the gateways managing all those connections. Developers are responsible for equipping each
How drones, sensors, and even Google Glass are making news better. The Internet of Things is set to disrupt media like never before. Marketing and advertising will be reborn, understanding and reaching consumers with an unprecedented degree of precision. That is not, however, the only way media will be changing.
Wearables continue to be a hugely popular item across different age groups and even continents. They track steps and sleep cycles, but just how valuable is that information? In reality, this data is only partially useful for the wearer. Without big data to decipher what is more or less healthy,
Every day it seems, there’s a new buzz worthy entrant into the IoT market – from smart plugs that efficiently connect you to your power source to connected cars that smartly help you avoid would be accidents. But what if you don’t have an IoT device in the pipeline? What