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Security In and On the Application

Internet-of-things (IoT) security seems to be passing through various phases as a topic. It started as, “Wait, what? I need security? But why???” Frankly, we probably haven’t moved completely out of that one, but we’ve made progress. Next comes, “What does security mean?” And that continues as well. But a third phase has started, and that’s one of, “OK, I get it, but … Read More → "Security In and On the Application"

Blockchain in IoT Security?

Let’s chat about blockchain technology, shall we? If you know almost nothing about blockchains, then it’s probably easy to conflate it with so-called cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. Those are systems where someone magically created a store of money – well, a store of some sort of artifact that becomes money only when someone decides it’s a good idea to pay for them with … Read More → "Blockchain in IoT Security?"

Pushbutton Security Comes to IoT

“There is no such thing as perfect security, only varying levels of insecurity.” – Salman Rushdie

Spend any time talking with IoT developers and one of two subjects will come up. One, they’ll admit they’re worried about security. And two, they’ll talk about wanting to connect to the cloud.

Trouble is, most IoT developers … Read More → "Pushbutton Security Comes to IoT"

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