Posts Tagged 'Internet of Things'

Autonomous systems are doing wonders for us, whether it be in factory manufacturing or recommending where you go to get your next Pumpkin Spice latte. They’re freeing up time, producing more goods and sending us to those quaint little cafés that we may have never discovered otherwise. But our autonomy-based economy has a long way […]

Automotive cybersecurity needs more focus on best practices, common ground, and standard platforms, and today Intel advances that cause by establishing a new Automotive Security Review Board. The ASRB will research and collaborate on auto cybersecurity technologies and products for a new era in transportation – one where a “Security Update” dashboard light may be […]

Five years ago, when we joined with Intel, we made a few predictions on the future of security. We predicted that the confluence of more users, data, devices and cloud networks would drive more attacks and new malware. We called it the “perfect security storm,” and it arrived sooner and stronger than we anticipated. How […]

This is the third of three parts about root of trust and the Internet of Things. In Part 1 and Part 2, I covered how root of trust is an important approach to managing risk in virtualized network—especially compliance risks. The first two posts in this series examined several reasons to consider root-of-trust technologies. In […]

This is the second of three posts about the root of trust and the Internet of Things. In my first post I wrote about the burden of technology compliance and how it may be changing as virtualization enters service provider and enterprise networks and underlies the Internet of Things (IoT). I also wrote about a […]