Security

  Asavie’s CTO Tom Maher was interviewed for Tech Target: It is the Internet of Things, but with an enterprise angle. Take that to mean industry vertical applications, development ecosystems, product design, hardware, deployment and more. When we look at the industrial IoT landscape, much of the early industry attention had been centered on single-purpose use …

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2017 has seen a huge increase in security vulnerabilities like Krack, Bad Rabbit and Android Wi-Fi. Operators need to look beyond device and app security and add value at your core. Very often the network can be the blind spot when it comes to mobile security. The Factors Holding Back Enterprise Mobility 70% of workplace …

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This blog was originally published as an opinion piece at www.infosecurity-magazine.com Mobility is often mentioned in the same sentence as cloud and Big Data as a “must have” enabler for the modern business, and it’s the one of the three that elicits the sharpest intake of breath from IT security teams. According to the Symantec …

Time for Operators to Act on Mobile Security Read More »

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 »