IoT is a dynamic area where the power could shift at any time. Here is our snapshot of the 10 most powerful IoT companies now.
Stories by Jon Gold
IoT devices present unique security problems due to being spread out, exposed to physical attacks and often lacking processor power.
One difficulty designing Internet of Things implementations is the large number of moving parts.
Microsoft says default passwords, unpatched devices, poor inventory of IoT gear led to exploits against companies by Russia's STRONTIUM hacking group.
Critical vulnerabilities have been found in WindRiver’s VxWorks’ real-time operating system that powers an advertised 2B connected devices, including some networking gear.
Farmers use LoRaWAN wireless with internet of things devices that monitor the health and location of beef cattle, and restaurant chains use it to network IoT sensors that signal temperature shifts in commercial refrigerators.
A report from Forrester Research details vulnerabilities affecting smart-city infrastructure and offers some methods of mitigation.
The Wireless Broadband Alliance’s advice for enterprise use of the upcoming Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard covers AP placement, spectrum and planning.
AT&T is allying with HPE, AVSystem, Passtime to provide IoT options; MIT collaborates on autonomous 'roboats' to ply the waters of Amsterdam’s canals.
Palo Alto Networks’ security team says an update of the infamous IoT-focused Mirai software targets enterprise-grade SD-WAN appliances
Experts say the company’s close ties with the Chinese government raise concerns, but there’s no real reason to panic.
Dropping hardware prices, 5G boost business internet-of-things deployments; technical complexity encourages partnerships.
Improving traffic safety is first on the list, but Vegas’ director of IT is thinking bigger.
Everyone wants in on the ground floor of the internet of things, and companies including Nokia, VMware and Silicon Labs are sharpening their offerings in anticipation of further growth.
Voyance’s AIOps capabilities now cover a broad new range of devices.