Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is booming, and industrial cybersecurity is growing right alongside it. This is good news, because IoT networks are often targets for malicious intruders who want to gain access to all of the sensitive data passed from device to device within a successful business.
Monthly premiums are standard for software applications and streaming services, but until now, smart devices have been relatively untouched by the subscription business model the tech world has adopted. That will probably change soon, if IoT device manufacturers and businesses that sell IoT devices have anything to say about it.
IoT networks are particularly vulnerable to attacks and long-term functionality issues. There are several reasons why.
ustrial Internet of Things (IIoT) deployments have accelerated in recent years. The sharpest rise occurred during the COVID-19 pandemic, when IIoT adoption surged after the second quarter of 2020. As of 2021, 77 percent of companies surveyed report having at least one active IoT project.
Back in 2016, Alfonso Velosa, research vice president and analyst for IoT at Gartner, stated: “The IoT itself will help digital transformations but will take 5 to 10 years to gain mainstream adoption.”
In its 2020 IoT Spotlight Report, Vodafone Business discovered some positive statistics when it comes to how IoT is impacting businesses—and how vital IoT is to the future of most organizations.
If you read our blog regularly, you know how devoted we are to IoT security. We have addressed the unique challenges that come with securing IoT devices, networks, and applications in the past. We are happy to report that machine learning (ML) is improving...
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Some have described data as the “new oil,” but IoT transforms data into an even bigger opportunity. Unlike oil, data is not a finite resource, and IoT technology opens up infinite possibilities with what businesses can do with never-ending amounts of structured and unstructured data.
The Industrial IoT Conference is coming up and it looks like it’s going to be another winner. This one is being held in Fort Lauderdale, February 11-14, 2020.
Wth 2020 just around the corner, enterprises are making plans across the board. Of course, IoT is an area receiving a lot of attention, but what can companies expect next year? How will the IoT landscape change and what industries will see the biggest impact?
Improvements and cost reductions in radio technology are opening all sorts of opportunities to add connectivity to far-flung operations, such as pipelines and other infrastructure networks. Low-cost, low-power protocols such as narrowband IoT (NB-IoT), coupled with careful power management engineering to maximize battery life, give us exciting new options for connectivity and “smart” systems.