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On Internet of Things Day: A Free Panel on Securing the IoT

April 8, 2015 13:540 comments
Tune in April 9 for a panel on securing the Internet of Things at IoT Live, a free, online conference.

In-brief: Join Security Ledger and leading security experts Thursday, April 9, for a free, online panel on securing the Internet of Things. Like this:Like Loading…

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Trend Micro among 22 joining AllSeen IoT Standards Group

March 4, 2015 13:050 comments
The AllSeen Alliance added 22 new members, including security firm Trend Micro.

In-brief: The security firm Trend Micro announced that it was joining the AllSeen Alliance, an open source platform for connecting Internet of Things devices.  Like this:Like Loading…

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At Summit, in search of Leadership on Cyber Security

February 13, 2015 10:530 comments
The President will address an audience of Silicon Valley executives Friday at a Summit focused on improving cyber security.

In-brief: President Obama will address technology leaders at a Summit at Stanford University on Friday. But technology industry leaders say that much hinges on Washington’s ability to pass needed legal reforms.  Like this:Like Loading…

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In Smart TV Land, Eavesdropping is Nothing New

February 9, 2015 11:450 comments
Terms of service for many smart TVs require omnibus data harvesting, including of voice data.

In-brief: Samsung isn’t alone in asking customers to consent to the collection and transmission of “voice data.” But questions about the ethics and legality of the practice remain.  Like this:Like Loading…

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FTC Report on Internet of Things Urges Security and Privacy Protections

January 27, 2015 18:100 comments
FTC Report on Internet of Things Urges Security and Privacy Protections

In-brief: The FTC issued a report on Tuesday that provides guidance to U.S. businesses on protecting consumers’ privacy and security in the design and deployment of “Internet of Things” devices.  Like this:Like Loading…

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