For any people that have heard me speak about IoTSF's publications before, you'll know that I enjoy reporting our download figures. The team here is immensely proud of the quality of the materials that we put out and all thanks to our members who contribute their time and expertise to co-produce them. We describe
2020 presented us with an opportunity to deliver a virtual IoTSF conference to an international audience of members and stakeholders, this was so well received that we will deliver the 2021 conference virtually to bring the conference to you - wherever you are in the world.
There is no mystery as to why we're going virtual of course, the COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on us all and even though the world will have returned to a new normal by December, it is not clear when a vaccine will be publicly and generally available - all we can say is that it is unlikely this year.
23rd November 2018 - Arçelik - the parent company to world-renowned home appliance brands such as Beko and Grundig - has been declared the IoT Security Foundation’s Champion of the Year, as part of last night’s TechWorks Awards Dinner. Pictured (left to right) Jenny Devoy IoTSF, Dr. Natasha Conway Beko Plc, Hugh Jones Paratus People,
By John Moor As we see the application of IoT technologies evolve, it is gratifying to witness the fact that security has become an intrinsic part of the implementation debate. Whilst there are plenty of hacks and vulnerabilities that are still capturing media attention, we have made significant ground in recent times with industry
Smart Buildings & Cybersecurity Workgroup: Managing the risks and benefits of IoT in smart buildings Invitation: making Smart Buildings safe to connect The history of IT, Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Operational Technology (OT) shows that security will always be an afterthought unless those who need good security can get their priorities in front
By Alan Mihalic, Smart Buildings Working Group Chair at IoTSF It is a great pleasure to be the Conference Chairman and a key note speaker at the upcoming 2nd Australia Smart Cities and Infrastructure Forum 2017 in Melbourne. Aside from the opportunity to meet and network with industry leaders it is the first
Imagine this... you run an organization producing products that incorporate significant amounts of software. You know that security wasn’t a concern when much of that software was written. You know that insecure products are no longer acceptable and that you have to do something. But where do you start? If you are in this
IoT will become all-pervasive in industry, business and domestic settings, and healthcare is one of the sectors which has a great deal to gain. Introduction of IoT-type technologies is already underway - for example in wearables, implantables, injectables, robotics and automation. Yet there is likely to be pain as adoption rates increase and significant concerns
It's incredible to think that it hasn't quite been a year since we began asking some serious questions about how industry, and IoT's wider stakeholders, could work together to address a tsunami of concerns surrounding security. In less than a year we've been able to help drive awareness of the challenges, gather a core set of leaders,