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Device Authority Appoints Former Google and Vodafone Product Manager To Drive Its Product Led Growth Strategy

Device Authority, an award-winning and recognized global leader in Identity and Access Management (IAM) for Enterprise IoT ecosystems has appointed Richard Seward as Vice President of Product Management to drive forward the company’s growing portfolio of innovative products under its KeyScaler platform.

Secure Your IoT: Mastering Conscious Interaction with John Szczygiel

Dive deep into the world of IoT security with John Szczygiel as we explore the critical importance of conscious interaction between hosts and panels. In today's digital age, ensuring the safety of your IoT devices is not just a necessity; it's a responsibility. Join us at Brivo as we uncover the secrets to maintaining robust security protocols and learn how to protect your smart spaces from potential threats. Don't miss out on this insightful journey into the heart of IoT security. Remember, knowledge is power, especially when it comes to safeguarding your digital world. 🚀🔒

The Surveillance Invasion: IoT and Smart Devices Stealing Corporate Secrets

In an age where manufacturers have decided that just about every device needs to be “smart,” it’s becoming difficult to avoid the data collection and privacy invasion that are often baked into these devices. We have come to expect that smart phones and speakers with built-in digital assistants are always listening, and data collection practices between companies can vary significantly.

UK PSTI Act is a milestone for IoT security and passwords

The growth of Internet of Things (IoT) devices is reshaping our digital landscape. From smart thermostats to industrial sensors to IP cameras to smart toilets, these devices drive efficiency through innovation. But they aren’t secure by nature. A new UK law aims to make IoT products much more secure. On April 29, the UK’s Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure (PSTI) Act became official and is now enforcing compliance across IoT assets.

NIS 2 Directive: Strengthening IoT Security in the EU

In today’s interconnected world, the Internet of Things (IoT) plays a crucial role in various sectors, from healthcare and transportation to energy and critical infrastructure. However, with the increasing reliance on IoT devices comes the heightened risk of cybersecurity threats. To address these challenges and enhance cybersecurity measures across the European Union (EU), the NIS 2 Directive (Directive (EU) 2022/2555) was introduced.

Expanding Horizons: The Role of IoT in Catalyzing Business Growth

Welcome to the frontier of modern business operations, where the Internet of Things (IoT) is not just a buzzword but a transformative force. It's an era where everyday objects are imbued with connectivity, allowing for seamless interactions and smarter decision-making. But what makes IoT so crucial for businesses today?

Driving Security: Integrating Automotive Cybersecurity with the IoT Landscape through WP.29 Standards

In today’s digital age, where cars have evolved into data centers on wheels within the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape, ensuring cybersecurity in the automotive industry has become paramount. The emergence of connected cars, a significant subset of IoT, brings with it a host of cybersecurity challenges, prompting regulators to take swift action. One such pivotal step is the establishment of WP.29 standards, revolutionizing automotive cybersecurity.

What is Azure IoT Security? Top Best Practices to Secure IoT Devices

IoT devices have become a vital component of worldwide business operations for different industries, including healthcare, IT, transportation, etc. Organizations that invest in IoT deliver more value to their consumers than others. According to a report by Statista, the number of IoT devices is estimated to be 17.08 billion in 2024, and the figure is showing no signs of stopping. But as its usage is continuously increasing, so are the security concerns!

Unlock the Power of Next Gen SASE Branch with IoT/OT Device Intelligence Integrated in Unified SASE Gateway

Imagine a future where office coffee machines autonomously order beans, and both comfort and energy efficiency are effortlessly managed through smart lighting and temperature controls, alongside smart factories leveraging robotic arms for optimal production. With the internet of things (IoT) market expected to reach 55.7 billion devices by 2025, as predicted by IDC, this potential future brings thrilling opportunities and serious challenges.