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How You Can Best Use IoT for Smart Cities

[fa icon="calendar'] January 23, 2020 - Written by Dennis Holmes
Posted in Wi-Fi, Data Protection, IoT, Intelligent Infrastructure, smart cities

Smart Cities have revolutionized communities and with their inception comes the demand for seamless Internet of Things (IoT) integrations. You need to choose IoT solutions that address commonly faced issues within your community.

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How to Secure Your Privacy in the Internet of Me

[fa icon="calendar'] January 26, 2018 - Written by Internetwork Engineering
Posted in Security, IoT

It seems there’s a connected device for everything. You can control the temperature of your house, know who’s ringing your doorbell while you’re not at home, order groceries with the help of a smart assistant and your own voice, and the list goes on. Don’t expect this trend to go away anytime soon. More and more of our daily lives are going to become connected to technology through Internet of Things (IoT) devices. If you thought maintaining your privacy on the internet was already a difficult task, these devices add another layer of needed security to keep your data safe. It’s important to know how your data can be used and what measures you need to take to keep that from happening.

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The Internet of Things and Why You Should Be Afraid…Very Afraid.

[fa icon="calendar'] December 8, 2016 - Written by Derrick Whisel
Posted in Mobility, Intelligent Networks, Security, IoT

In late October of 2016, a domain name service (DNS), host and Internet management company for 80+ major websites experienced several bouts of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks by botnets (short for “robot network”). The end devices were being controlled by a Control Server (CNC Server) not unlike the Droid Control Ships controlling the Droid Armies in Star Wars. The FBI has stated that they do not have any confirmation of a specific group or groups claiming responsibility in the hacker community, but they believe the machines were infected with a variation of the Mirai malware.

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