NetworkWorld – 02/17
In 2013 Charlie Miller and Chris Valesek showed how easy it was to take over a connected car. It was a monumental moment that made the auto industry stand up and take notice of the vulnerability of the connected cars they manufactured.
SAE International – 02/17
Connected cars could be hacked by an intentional cyber swipe or compromised by an unintentional intrusion.
Digital Journal – 02/17
The major vendors in the IoT IAM market include Amazon Web Services (U.S.), CA Technologies (U.S.), LogMeIn, Inc. (U.S.), Gemalto NV (Netherlands), Micro Focus International Plc (U.K.), Covisint Corporation (U.S.), ForgeRock, Inc. (U.S.), Ping Identity (U.S.), Certified Security Solutions (U.S.), and GlobalSign (U.S.).
SmartCitiesWorld – 02/17
Covisint Corporation has introduced what it describes as the “most complete” Internet of Things (IoT) platform for unlocking the full potential of IoT by “enabling secure interactions across digital ecosystems of people, systems and things”.
WhaTech – 01/17
In a word, the report provides major statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market. Key Companies Analysis: Amazon Web Services, CA Technologies, LogMeln Inc, Gemalto NV, Micro Focus International Plc, Covisint Corporation, ForgeRock Inc, Ping Identity, Certified Security Solutions and GlobalSign.
PR Newswire – 12/16
AutoMobili-D is ready to showcase to the world the next-generation of mobility development, and the extensive lineup of exhibitors announced today reinforces the North American International Auto Show’s (NAIAS) position as the epicenter of mobility. In total, more than 100 companies, including nearly 50 startups, will showcase their industry-leading mobility innovations and platforms inside AutoMobili-D.
Broadway World – 12/16
Sogeti USA, a leader in technology and engineering services, today announced details of the winning projects from the 2016 IoT Hackathon
CarTech – 11/16
As 2016 winds down, the connected car industry is ramping up for another interesting year.
IoT Institute – 11/16
The “set it, and forget it!” principle that made Ronco a bundle when hawking chicken rotisseries can cause significant problems when it comes to IoT security.
Automotive World – 10/26
Michael Nash takes a look at the safety implications of vehicle connectivity and autonomous driving technologies.