Cybersecurity for Cities 4.0 - An executive guide

IoTSec Australia is excited to announce an initiative in collaboration with IoT Alliance Australia to co-author an executive guide titled Cybersecurity for Cities 4.0 - An executive guide. The guide is intended to advocate for a secure by design approach and security as a founding and guiding principle when initiating a Smart City project. Cybersecurity for Cities 4.0 will be launched at the Cities 4.0 conference in 2017.

Three key capabilities in IoT security

This article was submitted for IoTWorldNews publication “The same intelligence that enables devices to perform their tasks, must also enable them to recognise and counteract threats.” - WindRiver IoT adoption is growing at pace as organisations discover more efficiencies, develop new revenue streams and business models as the number of connected things grow. A recent Gartner research note showed that 29% respondents were currently using IoT with an additional 14% planning to deploy projects in 2016 and 21% planning to implement post 2016. In 2016 alone we will see a 50% growth in adoption rates globally according to Gartner. This is juxtaposed against a recent Microsoft study showing that

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