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Proactive & Pragmatic: How India Rethought Security Post The Mumbai Attacks

Algren, played by Tom Cruise, is haunted by thoughts of the atrocities he committed in the battles against Native Americans. Katsumoto wants to know more about these battles, and Algren’s role in them. “I wish to learn,” he says. Algren rebuffs him, suggesting he “read a book” instead, to which Katsumoto responds by saying he’d…

Internet of Things its kinda a Big Deal | Wyly Wade

Wyly, investment, internet of things, cybersecurity

Really no kidding. Just by logic there are lots more light switches, outlets and appliances dwarf the total number of computers, laptops and other computing devices ever sold. 1.9 billion devices today with an estimate of 9 billion devices in the next 4 years; the Internet of Things is turning into big business. Now imagine…

A Fridge, Car Windows and iChastity Belts

The Internet of Things is rapidly expanding. I the past week I have seen a internet connect sprinkler system, a connected train set and craziest is an internet connected diaper pad to potty train your autistic kid. One of my favorite examples is the toilet developed by MIT that determines the health of the user…

WigWag: Scan it. Control it. Rule it. Share it. by WigWag — Kickstarter

A portable security device for hotel rooms or remote offices is something that has always intrigued me. Why would you leave security up to those little safes that the hotel staff can access and a thief could just cut out of a room. I am guilty of putting a heavy chair in front of the…

Hack my Toilet

Now the Internet of Things has moved to my toilet. I wonder why you would need to have your smartphone app for your toilet. A luxury toilet controlled by a smartphone app is vulnerable to attack, according to security experts. Retailing for up to $5,686 (£3,821), the Satis toilet includes automatic flushing, bidet spray, music and fragrance…

Cybersecurity for the Internet of Things

Every enterprise will be affected by the Internet of Things (IoT), the growing phenomenon by which not only people, but also “things” — vehicles, commercial and industrial equipment, medical devices, remote sensors in natural environments — are linked to networks that are connected to the internet. Expect the impact on your business to be profound. Just as…

Wi-Fi-Enabled Tooth Sensor Rats You Out When You Smoke or Overeat

New Wi-Fi-enabled tooth sensor rats you out when you smoke or overeat — Researchers at National Taiwan University have created a tooth-embedded sensor that will catch you in an unhealthy act, whatever it may be, and lets your doctor know so he can shame you during your next checkup. The sensor consists of a tiny circuit that fits…

RFID be gone: Why you might soon be 3D printing the Internet of Things

Fundamental to the Internet of Things is the idea that objects must be uniquely identifiable. RFID chips are perfect for assigning objects a digital fingerprint, at least so far as traditional manufacturing goes. But with the rise of 3D printing, incorporating an RFID chip into your object means interrupting the printing process. Now, scientists have come up with a way to…

Could This Idiotic Product Help “The Internet Of Things” Go Mainstream?

A wireless egg tray to tell your iPhone that you are out of eggs? Have we invented everything else? Charles Duell, US Commissioner of Patents in 1898, said “Everything that can be invented has been invented.” Clearly we have reached that point. 1 | Could This Idiotic Product Help “The Internet Of Things” Go Mainstream? |…

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