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Seamless and Secure Remote Access

By Mark Lambe

The last week has been the hardest in history for many enterprises, IT administrators and employees. Across the globe, we all have had to adapt to the new world of social distancing brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. The week has stressed both the enterprise IT team and systems, as IT admins rushed to assure …

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Stay Secure and Productive While Working Remotely

By Octavio Hernandez

The COVID-19 outbreak has forced organisations to re-think their approach towards mobile and remote working overnight. Some organizations might’ve used remote working as a perk to provide a better work-life balance for their employees in the past. However, the recent re-classification of the virus to a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) has forced …

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Verizon Mobile Security Index 2020 Showcases Asavie’s Network Security Insights

By Hugh Carroll

Verizon have released the third edition of Mobile Security Index (MSI) 2020 to coincide with the RSA Security show hosted in San Francisco. The impressive report is compiled from multiple sources including surveys of industry professionals responsible for buying and managing mobile and IoT devices, the Federal Bureau of investigation and the United States Secret …

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Say Goodbye to Digital Certificates on IoT Devices

By Mark Lambe

51% of enterprises claim to have issues with digital certificates. From an IoT industry perspective, this is troubling. But how did we get to this? An interesting way for me to share a reason as to why the problem exists is to chart our evolution of delivering an IoT connectivity service. When we started the …

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Do I Really Need a Private Network for IoT?

By Mark Lambe

As per every new year, we all start with resolutions of what we will change for the better, for fellow IoT rock stars, security needs to be top of the list. With the new decade fresh in our minds, IoT security is already making news headlines. “Hacker leaks passwords for more than 500,000 servers, routers, …

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How First Responders can Avoid Ransomware Threats While Using Mobile Devices

By Mark Lambe

When an emergency strikes, first responders’ instincts and training guide their reactions – but when it’s an emergency of the virtual kind, it can stop responders dead in their tracks. Emergency services across the United States have been finding this lesson out the hard way after ransomware attacks crippled their infrastructure, and, in many cases, …

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The Benefits of Mobile Innovation to First Responder Agencies

By Octavio Hernandez

To innovate means doing something new and changing the way you work, and in today’s world, if you want to truly innovate, you need digital tools at your disposal to enable it. Anyone who has used a smartphone over the past decade will know about the kind of innovation that’s now possible with digital technology. …

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Putting Trust at the Heart of CardiLink’s Defibrillator Monitoring Service

By Mark Lambe

Last week on global restart a heart day Asavie and CardiLink, a pioneer in Medtech device monitoring announced how CardiLink is leveraging Asavie IoT Connect™ to securely monitor and maintain fleets of Automated External Defibrillator devices (AED) deployed in public spaces and corporate campuses. The CardiLink cloud platform provides AED owners and manufacturers with critical insights …

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Secure mobile data with Asavie

By Octavio Hernandez
mobile security

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 […]

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

By Octavio Hernandez
IoT Camera Security

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 […]

Don’t compromise user experience by compromising mobile data speeds

By Octavio Hernandez
experience video on a mobile data

MOBILE DATA EXPERIENCE DEFINED BY quality Anyone who can remember the early days of 2G, trying to download data via a cellphone with a 40Kbps connection, will know how frustrating the first forays into mobile working were. Only when we got to 2.5G and 1MB download speeds did we start to get a sense of the […]