IoT

Submitted on March 26, 2020 | John Adams
A report by Unit 42, a threat intelligence team at Palo Alto Networks, suggests 57 per cent of all internet of things (IoT) devices are susceptible to cybersecurity attacks and things are getting worse. Researchers also discovered 98 per cent...
Submitted on November 29, 2019 | John Adams
The National Institute for Standards and Technology is building a contract vehicle for a range of services in support of its work in cyber-physical systems, such as smart cities and the internet of things. The standards agency released a request...
Submitted on June 30, 2019 | John Adams
THE IoT Cybersecurity bill introduced in March passed through the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs on June 19 and is now headed to the full Senate for a vote. It's a bill likely to have an impact on electronic...
Submitted on June 30, 2019 | John Adams
Global Internet of Things (IoT) security product market is projected to be increasing rapidly, experiencing a 14.9 per cent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) through 2027, according to new research from Future Market Insights (FMI). Asia Pacific Excluding Japan (APEJ)...
Submitted on February 5, 2019 | John Adams
RESEARCHERS have demonstrated non-conventional ghost imaging using an inexpensive chip-based light illuminating device and say the technology is ideal for light detection and ranging, as well as internet of things sensors. Ghost imaging is appealing because it can be performed...
Submitted on December 20, 2018 | John Adams
Most modern alarm and automation solutions seem to be wireless by default, leveraging Z-wave, Zig-Bee or proprietary comms, as well as offering Wi-Fi and cabled network connections. For installers and end users choosing the best solutions is never going to...
Submitted on December 5, 2018 | John Adams
A few months ago we took a look at MQTT, which is a protocol that runs over the TCP/IP network and allows unrelated devices from disparate manufacturers to communicate with each other in a coherent way. In MQTT Part 2,...
Submitted on November 1, 2018 | John Adams
BROKEN Hill City Council is inviting tenders from suitable applicants for smart lighting, CCTV and an IoT platform. The projects are part of a plan by council to implement it Smarter Broken Hill project. “We live in exciting times where...
Submitted on October 25, 2018 | John Adams
As a busy installer, it’s extremely difficult to assess the overall quality of wireless security and automation solutions. There are many on the market, some inexpensive. Could you offer any advice on what we should be looking for? Which systems...
Submitted on October 18, 2018 | John Adams
At CEDIA recently, a roundtable led by CE Pro editor Jason Knott discussed 5G communications, describing it as network disruption, pointing out that the people most likely to be impact were installers and the people who stood to benefit most...
Submitted on September 19, 2018 | John Adams
I read last month’s alarm panel feature with interest and wondered whether the traditional alarm panel has a future. Judging from the images of products from Security 2018 – so many PCB-based controllers – it seems that it does. If...
Submitted on September 14, 2018 | John Adams
There’s been plenty of fretting in the CCTV industry about the cyber security levels of CCTV cameras. Do the same issues apply to some Internet-facing smart home devices and systems? Possibly – it all comes down to the configuration of...
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