Focused on the cyber security of integrated security systems and IoT devices, Cyber:Secured Forum will share insights from top-level speakers, including penetration testers; chief information security officers; video, cloud and telecom providers; and experts in cyber law and cyber insurance.
Viakoo, a provider of service assurance and IoT applications management solutions for physical security systems, and Convergint Technologies, a global service-based systems integrator, today announced they have signed a Platinum Partnership agreement.
Legrand North and Central America, a provider of power, light and data technologies for homes, work places and data centers, announced it is undertaking a plan to expand the scope of its strategic IoT alliances for both residential and commercial applications.
Security and Safety Things GmbH (SAST) will be presenting new use cases for security cameras at CES 2019 from Jan. 8-11. These are the first to be developed on the basis of SAST’s open IoT ecosystem for the security industry. The use cases show the potential of the ecosystem for restaurants, airports and events.
Duane Paulson, Dan Quigley, David Kaplan and Avi Rosenthal have launched CE/IoT Partners LLC, a full-service consulting partnership. The industry veterans came together to launch the company as a go-to resource for manufacturers in the AV and security markets looking to venture into the connected home space that do not know where to start.
By 2022, more IP traffic will cross global networks than in all prior ‘Internet years’ combined up to the end of 2016. In other words, more traffic will be created in 2022 than in the 32 years since the internet started.
Schneider Electric, a leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, is hosting more than 1,200 customers, partners, suppliers and influencers at its latest Innovation Summit, today and tomorrow, Nov. 13-14 in Atlanta.
Allot Communications Ltd., a provider of network intelligence and security solutions for service providers and enterprises worldwide, released findings from its latest Telco Security Trends Report that examines the confidence of Internet of Things (IoT) device security by consumers living in connected homes. The report reveals that consumers have low confidence in the security of their IoT devices and are willing to pay extra for security to safeguard the connected home. The report also highlights an opportunity for ISPs to deliver on-target cybersecurity services to subscribers at the network/router level.