IoT Contest Shows Security Gaps

SAN JOSE, Calif. — An engineer with little working experience in security used open-source code to win a challenge finding breaches in a home network. The effort, while promising, showed that there’s still plenty of work ahead to close vulnerabilities in the Internet of Things, participants said. Contestants were provided with two short recordings of RF traffic…

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Barcoding, Inc. Releases Enterprise Mobility Services to Enhance Customer Satisfaction

BALTIMORE  – Barcoding, Inc., the leader in supply chain efficiency, accuracy, and connectivity, announces the release of its new Enterprise Mobility Services. Barcoding’s new business service areas will enhance customer satisfaction and provide peace of mind during OS migrations, platform upgrades and enterprise deployments. Barcoding’s Enterprise Mobility Services will aim to proactively monitor solutions to…

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The Industrial Internet Consortium Publishes the Industrial Internet Reference Architecture, Version 1.8

NEEDHAM, MA  – The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), the global, member-driven organization that promotes the accelerated growth of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), announced the publication of version 1.8 of the Industrial Internet Reference Architecture (IIRA). This new version builds on version 1.7, originally published on June 17, 2015 , by incorporating rapidly emerging new…

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For a Sustainable Supply Chain: Trust but Verify

“Trust, but verify” is derived from a Russian proverb. Former U.S. President Ronald Reagan famously applied this term with regards to nuclear disarmament. As with any negotiation, achieving a sustainable supply chain is possible with the right balance of “trust and verify”. However, market forces and leverage alone, do not bring about trust. Shared values…

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