IoT Security is too critical to be an optional extra – Security by design, from the beginning

Posted: Apr 26, 2017

$6 trillion will be invested in the Internet of Things (IoT) between 2015 and 2020, which will yield $12.6 trillion ROI over the next decade. 

Until now, security has been treated as an afterthought; by adding layers of security after devices are delivered, and infrastructure and applications are already in place. Security for the IoT is too important to be treated an afterthought. To realize the full potential, the IoT ecosystem is forcing security from the beginning, built as part of the device and infrastructure.

Device Identity and Integrity are the new perimeter for the IoT

Posted: Feb 12, 2017

In our earlier blog, we discussed the reasons why IoT Security needs a customer centric approach. This blog will follow on and explore the importance of having a strong device identity and integrity, which are the new perimeter for IoT. We will look at why we must combine device and user dimensions for device centric IoT Identity and Access Management (IAM) and why IoT devices are the weak link in the IoT Ecosystem.

IoT Security for Connected Surveillance Cameras

Posted: Nov 24, 2016

The IoT is expanding at a rapid rate and is expected to grow over the coming years at a pace which makes previous technology adoptions look insignificant. Predictions are that by 2020 there will be some +20 Billion connected devices worldwide. The IoT promises to connect everything from CCTV cameras, medical devices, smart home products to smart enabled vehicles and many more devices.

IT and OT in the Internet of Things

Posted: Oct 24, 2016

Information, and operations. In the past, these were seen as two distinct and discrete elements of organisations’ technology – IT, and OT.

The former deals with the processing, transmission and storage of data, while the latter is about physical processes and production – the devices and sensors in a factory, for example.

5 takeaways from #SmartSummitLondon

Posted: Sep 28, 2016

Last week we sponsored Smart Summit London. On our stand we discussed the future of Smart Cities and Industrial Internet with industry visionaries speaking at the event, customers implementing solutions and other IoT providers. Here are our 5 takeaway observations...

1. Companies value authentication

Counting Authenticated Devices

Posted: Aug 30, 2016

One of the unique aspects of Device Authority’s patented capabilities is the ability to provide secure valuable data analytics, which we call Counting Authenticated Devices. In a nutshell, our technology enables companies to continuously monitor large-scale networks of devices globally, and ensure:

Intel Internet of Things Solutions Alliance

Posted: Jul 26, 2016

Recently, Device Authority took another great step forward and was accepted into the Intel IoT Solutions Alliance.  This is going to be a very valuable organization for our company to be a part of. 

Intel ISA is a huge ecosystem of over 400 IoT hardware, software and system integration members that includes a number of companies that we are already working closely with.

Healthcare IoT, Cloud and Security

Posted: May 23, 2016

What if an ambulance could process critical information about the patient before it arrives at the hospital, to allow for the patient to be examined before entering the hospital? What if the Equipment Manufacturer could accurately foresee the lifespan of life-saving equipment, dispatch an engineer, to proactively fix equipment before it fails?

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