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Bluesnarfing: The Modern-Day Security Vulnerability in a Wireless and Mobile World

Once known as the next big thing in wireless communication since the invention of mobile phones, Bluetooth technology has since gained a reputation as one of the gaping barriers in mobile and wireless device security — almost as bad as public Wi-Fi access points. This may seem like a bum [...]

By |April 18th, 2018|Big Data, IoT, Security|0 Comments

Why You May Need to Rethink Your IoT Security Plan

Traditional cybersecurity methods are still, to this day, playing catch-up. The warning signs were there years ago, and the IoT (Internet of Things) is following the same path. 4,000 IoT security attacks, or around 170 per hour, breach enterprises each day. 54% of those attacks are unsolved and typically stem from poor BYOD protocols. [...]

By |January 4th, 2018|IoT|1 Comment

The Real Reason Your IoT Security Doesn’t Work

We're being engulfed by the IoT swarm. What's the real cost? Security professionals are fumbling, and it's no surprise. Historically, we're seeing undeniable parallels to cybersecurity's very foundation. In it's beginnings, cybersecurity was straightforward: Security professionals would put up a perimeter firewall, IDS, access control lists, create a layered model, [...]

By |November 9th, 2017|IoT, Security|0 Comments
  • Indoor Positioning & Baking

Imprecise Locationing, Like Imprecise Baking, Will Leave Your Indoor Positioning Data Flat

Be honest: You’ve misread a recipe before. Maybe the 2 teaspoons measurement was mistaken for 2 tablespoons. Or you accidentally substituted baking soda for baking powder. You’re then left with an unfortunate batch of flat, slimy cookies.  Not appetizing. The same goes for indoor positioning data. Forget the old age [...]

By |July 13th, 2017|analytics, Retail|0 Comments