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IoT, The Oppressed Project

…Communications Interoperability to support mission needs for Public Safety, Defense, Manufacturing, Utilities, Transportation, Mining, and more. What to do? “#security should be the #1 thing companies focus on in the wake of #IoT” – CEO John Chambers “It is not often that companies learn from the past, even rarer that they draw the correct conclusions from it.” –  Henry Kissinger I hope companies will…


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Beyond the Internet of Things (IoT): A Commentary

…zens but the long-term effect is likely to be enormously beneficial for individuals and the economy – improving transportation, safer cities, reducing pollution, connected schools and communities, and so on. But McCarthy’s blog reminds us that in addition to the economic growth and societal benefits that IoT/IoE is bringing, we need to be aware of and manage other associated consequences and risks. In fact, that’s the message of a new report from…


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Cisco Live Milano……..IPv6, Spaghetti and Innovation

…sco IPv6 Enabled Demonstrations Autonomic Networks IoE/ IoT Wireless Lan Controller Connected Cities Connected Transportation ISR / TrustSec Cat6K / VSS Segment Routing iOAM6 Photos of many of the “happy exhibitors” are at this link: I look forward to repeating the award of the “IPv6 Enabled” logos in San Diego at Cisco Live US. Indeed I would like to challenge every one of m…


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Hope for Securing the Internet of Things

…nternet of Everything. New vulnerabilities from IoT As we light up more and more assets in every industry from transportation to healthcare, we see a new set of challenges to protecting personal privacy, securing intellectual property, and ensuring public safety. The sheer number of machines and sensors on the network adds another order of magnitude to the attack surface. Often, these machines and sensors are connected in an irresponsible manne…


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The Smart Connected Vehicle is Here – Now We Need Smart Connected Roads!

…imposing a hidden tax on our economy, and as a result leaving underfunded governments to hold the lifeline for transportation innovation. It is upon us again here in the Midwest. Our roads are facing the grueling cycle of freezing and melting that will strip away the band aids and rip open hardly healed scars from last winter and force us motorists to steer clear of minefields of treacherous potholes. In 2014, my “tax” for driving on substandard…


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