Topic: iot security

premium How security is playing catch-up to the Internet of Things

Smart homes. Smart cities. Smart factories. Intelligent cloud. Intelligent edge. While many still believe the Internet of Things has a way to go before we see widespread adoption, there is no questioning that it is here today. Some things are prototypes upon which larger deployments can be built, and some are already in wide use, … continue reading

Hologram announces multi-factor authentication solution for IoT devices

Hologram, a software defined cell network for IoT, has announced a multi-factor authentication solution for connected devices. Multi-factor authentication means that a user needs to confirm their identity in addition to providing a password, such as a passcode sent to their phone. While a majority of the Internet already participates in existing multi-factor authentication, Hologram … continue reading

Android 7.1 Developer Preview, GitLab 8.14, and IntelliJ IDEA 2016.3—SD Times news digest: Nov. 23, 2016

Google has announced its final developer preview as it gets ready to release the Android 7.1.1 platform. This preview is designed to help developers complete their app development and testing for Android 7.1.1. It features near-final system behaviors, bug fixes, API level 25, and an update to the SDK and tools in Android Studio. Developers … continue reading

The Online Trust Alliance aims to secure the Internet of Things

Security for the Internet of Things (IoT) can be a huge hurdle for those trying to develop embedded devices. Instead of just having to worry about the software, developers have to worry about the software, the data, the device, the application and the back end. To help improve IoT security, the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) … continue reading

Sony Mobile’s Concept for Android, and the Trustwave Managed IoT Security service—SD Times news digest: July 23, 2015

Sony Mobile has announced it is launching a new initiative to for its Concept for Android. The Sony Concept for Android is an experimental operating system based on Android 5.1 Lollipop. It will include Sony’s user experience, popular Sony apps and features, and a stripped-back vanilla Android look and feel, according Anthony Devenish, public relations … continue reading

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