Connected cars: who controls your car without you knowing?

Kaspersky Lab researchers have examined the security of applications for the remote control of cars from several well-known car manufacturers. As a result, the company’s experts have discovered that all of the applications contain a number of security issues that can potentially allow criminals to cause significant damage for connected car owners.





Fortinet extends security fabric protection into the IoT

Fortinet has extended the Fortinet Security Fabric to defend enterprises against the exponentially increasing cyber threats posed by the Internet of Things (IoT). Fortinet’s Security Fabric delivers the visibility, integration, control and infrastructure scale required to successfully defend the complex attack surfaces created by the ongoing proliferation of IoT devices.




Mobile apps and IoT are major security concerns

Despite widespread concern about the security of mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) applications, organisations are ill-prepared for the risks they pose, according to a research report issued from Ponemon Institute, IBM Security, and Arxan Technologies, the trusted provider of application attack prevention and self-protection solutions. The “2017 Study on Mobile and Internet of Things Application Security” aims to illustrate practices and opinions among IT and IT security practitioners.


Teleena and Cumulocity form partnership to accelerate IoT adoption

Teleena, a global IoT and MVNO enabler, has formeda strategic partnership with Cumulocity, the leading IoT device management and application enablement platform provider. With this strategic partnership Teleena will roll-out its IoT Suite with all functionalities for enterprises to build transformational IoT solutions and monetize new business models.






Enterprises expect to increase their IoT investment 33% over next 12 months

451 Research’s latest Voice of the Enterprise: Internet of Things (IoT) Organiational Dynamics survey of nearly 1,000 enterprise IT buyers worldwide reveals that 71% of enterprises are gathering IoT data today. This is a three percentage point increase from the previous quarter’s Voice of the Enterprise: IoT Workloads and Key Projects survey.




Smart and connected progress report

In 2016, people have witnessed the digital and physical worlds continuing to merge as everyday objects, commercial and industrial equipment, and entire cities become smart and connected to the cloud. Analysts expect that by 2020 more than 50 billion devices – wearables, store inventory sensors, autonomous vehicles, medical equipment, city infrastructure and more – will be connected to the internet and each other.






IoT will be a gold mine for channel resellers in 2017

Dell EMC’s latest reseller study has revealed that IoT will set the channel alight in 2017, with adoption rates soaring over the last 12 months. According to the data, over three quarters of resellers have seen their customers’ businesses being influenced by IoT technologies on a daily basis, particularly within the small to medium enterprise segment. 








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