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  • Ensuring a Trusted Ecosystem in Automotive IoT, Part 2

    Unlocking the Value of Connected Cars with Identity Connected Cars: Cost Savings and New Revenue Opportunities Automotive OEMs want their brands to remain valuable in the minds of the consumer. A valuable brand needs to offer the driver a customized driving experience and a delivery of services that creates a strong relationship post sale. As we discussed in Part 1,

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  • Ensuring a Trusted Ecosystem in Automotive IoT

    Part 1: Identity as a Basis to Mitigate Risk Connected Cars: Trend Towards Innovation Cars are purchased to meet people’s transportation needs, to get from point A to point B, but consumers are increasingly expecting to have a driving experience that integrates with their connected lives. Daily interaction with smart phones and other consumer electronic technologies have fostered consumer expectation

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  • Anticipating the Trend of IoT DDoS Botnets

    There is Hope The term ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) makes it easy to forget that we are talking about computing devices. Just like any computer, connecting one of these devices directly to the public internet has risks. These computing devices often have operating systems such as Linux with communication ports that we have used for decades in larger computers. Protecting

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  • Helping to Secure the Internet of Things

    Part 4 of 9 in the Series — Digital DNA
    The term IoT, or the Internet of Things, is usually presented with a set of superlatives about growth and opportunity. Devices such as electronic controllers and sensors have existed in closed systems such as the automotive industry since the late 80’s and in industrial environments for even longer. Data that was considered useful only for real-time operations in a car

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  • Anticipating the Trend of IoT DDoS Botnets

    There is Hope The term ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) makes it easy to forget that we are talking about computing devices. Just like any computer, connecting one of these devices directly to the public internet has risks. These computing devices often have operating systems such as Linux with communication ports that we have used for decades in larger computers. Protecting

        in Internet of Things
    0
  • Helping to Secure the Internet of Things

    Part 4 of 9 in the Series — Digital DNA
    The term IoT, or the Internet of Things, is usually presented with a set of superlatives about growth and opportunity. Devices such as electronic controllers and sensors have existed in closed systems such as the automotive industry since the late 80’s and in industrial environments for even longer. Data that was considered useful only for real-time operations in a car

        in Public Key Infrastructure
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