12 Apr '17, 4pm

Want consumer trust? Secure your IoT design

Designing internet of things (IoT) products is like a modern-day Gold Rush, where companies large and small are aggressively pushing out everything from smart, connected tea infusers and doorbells to cars, factory automation systems, and building control equipment. Unfortunately, what often gets lost in this rush is security. “We have seen so many different news (items) recently…we see devices like cars, in home and in industrial getting hacked,” said Majid Bemanian, director of segment marketing at Imagination Technologies and a board member of the IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF). “The challenge that exists is, trust takes time to build. We can’t afford to have IoT devices out there being compromised and lose the trust of the consumer.” On March 30, IoTSF hosted its first Bay Area gathering in Santa Clara to bring technologists together to learn about its mission and to a...

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