Tag archives: security

Top IoT security concerns and ways to address them

Securing your home, workplace, or country is a complicated business. The larger the area that you need to protect, the more exposed it is to security breaches. IoT security can be tricky. After all, the greater the number of connected devices the greater the risk of exposure to advanced and persistent threats (APT).

Robots, AI and graphene – reflections on MWC Americas 2017

I just had the opportunity to meet with a true celebrity. He is handsome, extremely polite and has the biggest eyes that almost see right through me. And I met him at MWC Americas.
Oh, and he’s a robot.  But more on him later.
I was in San Francisco to take part in a panel on Cybersecurity […]

5 tech trends you need to know about

This post originally appeared on the Ericsson Research blog.
Being an engineer has probably never been more interesting than it is today, with such rapid advances in technology and how this impacts both our daily life and our work at Ericsson. New devices, inventions, solutions, and tools appear every day alongside the ongoing digitization of all […]

Handle with care: info in a hyper-connected world

The only way to glean great benefits from the digital transformation that characterizes all industries is to use, analyze and store significant personal information. That information enables access to critical health and financial services that we find on multiple devices and infrastructures.

When looking back is looking forward: What were the 10 hot consumer trends in 2016?

Looking back at the 10 hot consumer trends for 2016. What did we get right? What surprised us?

SUCCESS and RESERVE – two projects taking on utilities’ big challenges

The SUCCESS and RESERVE projects come at an exciting – and challenging – time for the rapidly transforming utility industry.

The rise of “hacksumers” – Mr Robot and the commodification of hacking

Will off-the-shelf hacking apps create a vast new army of “hacksumers” and cybersecurity chaos?

Boosting security in megacities with the internet of things

As urbanization accelerates and cities grow, security challenges await. But connectivity and IoT can mitigate risks and improve the quality of life.

The necessity – and danger – of connected vehicles

Connected vehicles offer great convenience and functionality, but how many already exist that could be vulnerable to hacking?

Not everything is a hack!

A lot of things do get hacked, and there are certainly technical vulnerabilities out there, but not every glitch is actually a hack.