Tags: IoT

Hacking IoT not really a challenge

The Cyber Security  Challenge has had its latest Face 2 Face (F2F) competition in Manchester. The event was sponsored by NCC Group and saw attendees challenged to break into a number of IoT devices. There were 24 players in all who were split across five teams. The winning team, Tommy Flowers, and the star hacker…

IFS doubles down on FSM

IFS has made a major investment in FSM through the acquisition of two UK based companies, mplsystems Limited (MPL) and Field Service Management Limited (FSM). Enterprise Times spoke to Mark Brewer, Global Industry Director for Service Management at IFS to shed some light on the purchases. UK centric but globally strategic The origins of the…

Salesforce lightning strikes Service cloud

Salesforce has announced the next generation of Salesforce Service Cloud. This latest release is created within the Salesforce Lightning component based framework. Salesforce make the claim that organisations are now able to deploy the customer service platform in a single day. Rebecca Wettemann, VP, Research, Nucleus Research seems to concur saying: “Every company recognizes the…

Will Oracle drive Bloodhound SSC to a new record

Oracle has announced that has teamed up with the Bloodhound project. It will provide technology to the project and help with its wider evangelism of STEM education. The Bloodhound project aims to build and race a car and break the 1000mph barrier as well as set a new land speed record. Andy Green holds the current…

Cisco warns of DeOS attacks

Cisco has published its 2017 Midyear Cybersecurity Report (MCR). The report runs to 90 pages. It looks at the shifting landscape of cyber attacks and the impact on organisations from the rise in security breaches. The report uses data gathered by Cisco from its own customers, partners and Security Operations Centres (SOCs). The company says…

Cybersecurity competition targets IOT

The Cyber Security Challenge UK recently held its latest face-to-face competition at Roke Manor. Competitors had to defend an Internet of Things (IOT) connected manor house from attackers. There was a lot at stake for the competitors who had to learn how to work in teams with people they had only met the night before.…

IFS delivers the future to service engineers with HoloLens

IFS has announced a proof of concept to deliver augmented reality solutions to A&D service engineers using Microsoft HoloLens.  This is the latest technology integrated by IFS Labs into its ERP solution. The integration will allow service engineers to view IFS data superimposed upon an asset they are working on using a HoloLens screen using…

Introducing a blockchain-based security token

Rivetz Intl., a new subsidiary of Rivetz Corp., is introducing a blockchain-based security token. The idea is to combine trusted computing with blockchain technology to offer comprehensive privacy protection. Mobile devices are, today, essential to decentralized data processing. But that processing is easily corrupted. By focusing on the device identity, continuously measuring the state of the…

Logistics+transportation on IBM Blockchain and Watson IoT

  AOS SAS (AOS)  is a Bogotá company specializing in providing business solutions. AOS and IBM will collaborate enhance efficiency in the logistics and transport industry throughout Columbia. This will build on IBM Blockchain and Watson IoT in an IBM Cloud by:. leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) services on IBM Cloud for trucks and…

Healthcare blockchain dedicated publication to arrive

Partners in Digital Health has launched ‘Blockchain in Healthcare Today’ (BHT), a digital publication dedicated to healthcare blockchain applicability. Its objective is to assist the healthcare industry evaluate integrated blockchain implementation and deployments. This will range across the healthcare continuum through proven, and scientifically validated evidence. “Blockchain in Healthcare Today offers expedited, peer-reviewed publication of…