Without a good password and good cybersecurity hygiene, your household might be a playground for cybercriminals.
5G may bring connectivity to the unconnected in South Africa and that’s good for businesses, and those looking to start one.
Ring cameras are the latest attraction for hackers and they are causing chaos in the US.
FLIR’s smart security solution can rope other internet cameras into its network to give security teams a wider view of an event in real time.
The adoption of cloud and the growth of IoT means businesses need an army of experts to police their cyberspace.
Vodacom solutions include the V-Pet Tracker for your furry family members.
A partnership with Sqwidnet will allow Fidelity ADT to innovate.
Networks need to become more intelligent if operators hope to survive in the future.
Smart cities could bring about better service delivery and help manage infrastructure as the population continues to grow.
Finally, no-bullshit answers on what IoT really means in South Africa, from an actual engineer who knows a lot about it.
There’s a trip to Silicon Valley to the value of R200 000 up for grabs.
SqwidNet and Sigfox are looking for solutions to African problems that make use of IoT.
SqwidNet is offering the chance to turn a maker IoT project into something more.
This is where I say “I’m not fond of fearmongering, but…”.
The internet of things is flawed but does that mean we need to just forget about and move on? I say no.
This week Brendyn and Nick take time out to talk about the internet of things, the console selling Breath of the Wild and Hearthstone.
Just because we can connect everything to the internet doesn’t mean we should. At least, not without a serious look at security.
A university’s network of some 5 000 devices was hijacked to form a botnet. We really need to start taking IoT security seriously.