Month: January 2017

The Mobile Security Agenda As organisations embark on their ICT strategies for 2017, I’m guessing that mobility and security will be topping many agendas.  Everyone now understands the productivity benefits you get from mobilizing a workforce, empowering employees with smart devices that break down office walls and make working anywhere a reality. The challenge is keeping …

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eir IoT Connect Offers Immediate Deployment, Scalability and Control of IoT Projects DUBLIN, Ireland – January 17 2017: Asavie, the provider of next-generation enterprise mobility management and Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity solutions, announced today that eir Business, the principal provider of fixed-line and mobile telecommunications services in Ireland has announced the global availability of eir …

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Following on from our recent look at IoT security and the technical fallout from compromised ‘things’, it’s clear the issue raises many questions. For example: what are the legal implications to having your internet of things’ devices hacked? Could the owner and producer of a connected IP camera be liable for damages caused by a …

It’s your round: who pays for an insecure Internet of Things? Read More »