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Tactics for defending IoT devices from hackers often overlooked, experts say

Tactics for defending IoT devices from hackers often overlooked, experts say

“IoT devices are clearly becoming pervasive, and when it comes to healthcare devices, the impact on safety is substantially higher,” said Sam Rehman, chief technology officer at Arxan Technologies, an IT security firm. “A number of measures should be enforced to reduce the chance of attacks and the level of impact and reach.”

Trend Micro to invest in IoT startups through new $100m venture fund | ZDNet

Trend Micro to invest in IoT startups through new $100m venture fund | ZDNet

Eva Chen, founder and CEO of Trend Micro, said connected devices are changing how the world works, thinks, and acts, adding that there is work to be done "to ensure organisations and individuals can operate and live safely in this new reality".

Transform IoT customer experiences through API management - IoT Agenda

Transform IoT customer experiences through API management - IoT Agenda

The use of IoT devices across industries, such as healthcare and retail markets, is exploding for both consumers and for industries themselves. With this, organizations implementing IoT into their business strategy need to consider how various channels work together to deliver a superior customer experience customized for the individual — an omnichannel approach with disjointed experiences does not meet the expectation of the modern customer.

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All things considered | Swinburne news

All things considered | Swinburne news

“Just like the internet itself, where we rely on web data provided by other users we typically do not know, the grand challenge of IoT is learning from data produced by billions of machines and devices that are built, owned and maintained by others,”