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Internet of Things (IoT)

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  • Ep. 7 Performance Testing Internet of Things: Q&T SIG Talk
    Ep. 7 Performance Testing Internet of Things: Q&T SIG Talk Scott Moore Recorded: Feb 13 2018 36 mins
    Performance Testing Internet of Things

    Scott Moore will take a dive into performance testing Internet of Things (IoT) applications and platforms. It includes a deeper look into two of the most popular protocols being used today: MQTT and CoAP. Learn how you can ensure your IoT platform and applications scale and reduce the risk of failure under load in highly constrained environments.

    What will be covered:

    • An overview of IoT architecture and protocols
    • A deeper look into the MQTT and CoAP protocols specifically
    • A demonstration ofhow to test the performance of IoT applications using LoadRunner 12.55

    Join us for the next upcoming SIG Talk on Tuesday, March 13, 2018: http://www.vivit-worldwide.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1073255&group=.
  • The State of Play of FirstNet
    The State of Play of FirstNet Bill Schrier, Senior Advisor, First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) Recorded: Dec 8 2017 24 mins
    What's the status of FirstNet's state opt-in benefits and how does the network help support public safety? Also, what are the benefits of connecting first responders to IoT and Smart Cities? These are the question that Bill Schrier will answer on this LIVE PODCAST by NMG Media.
  • Leveraging the Digital Thread for Competitive Advantage & New Sources of Revenue
    Leveraging the Digital Thread for Competitive Advantage & New Sources of Revenue Ajay Chavali, Managing Director| John Giubileo, Managing Director| Jeffrey Wheless, Research Senior Principal Recorded: Dec 5 2017 62 mins
    Today, businesses struggle to realize the full promise offered by the emergence of connected devices and the Internet of Things (IoT). To achieve this goal, companies must master the Digital Thread—the flow of data fueling the digital insights behind customer-centric experiences—in their efforts to develop new products and services.

    The high-tech and aerospace industries are leading the way in this realm, as they reinvent how to deal with the deluge of data that flows from the proliferation of connected sensors, devices and components—a massive and pervasive challenge. Please join Accenture’s webcast to understand what this shifting paradigm means for your industry, and how you can effectively leverage data throughout the product lifecycle to drive new sources of revenue, gain competitive advantage, and deliver new digital services and experiences.

    In this webinar you’ll:

    Set yourself up for success by learning how to capture the lion share of value generated by a successfully woven Digital Thread;
    Discover the most effective data ownership models across a supply chain;
    Learn about real examples of how leading companies are introducing new business models, adapting to evolving workforces, and launching new products and services that leverage the power of the IoT.

    Be the first to understand the implications of this shift, and share your opinions/questions with the top thought leaders attending this webcast.
  • The Race for 5G
    The Race for 5G Peter Jarich, Chief Analyst, Global Data Recorded: Nov 28 2017 28 mins
    Listen to GlobalData's Peter Jarich – VP, Consumer Services and Service Provider Infrastructure talk about who is in the lead for 5G test trials and deployments and what regions of the world we can expect the next generation of network communications?
  • How to Win in the Era of Connected & Automated Vehicles
    How to Win in the Era of Connected & Automated Vehicles Elliot Katz (Connected and Automated Vehicle Practice, McGuireWoods) | James Dawson (Cisco Jasper) Recorded: Nov 14 2017 34 mins
    How to Win in the New Era of Connected Car, Where Terabytes-Per-Day Matter More Than Miles-Per-Gallon

    Individuals expect their connected car and automated vehicle experiences to be akin to being in their homes or offices. Being a leader in this new ecosystem means tackling — and delivering value from — upwards of 1.5TB of data per day, per vehicle. The opportunity is enormous, but how do we get there? And what will the ride be like?

    Join Elliot Katz, Partner and Chair of the Connected and Automated Vehicle Practice at McGuireWoods, and James Dawson, Global Head of Connected Car at Cisco Jasper, as they reveal:

    · Who the dominant players are in the new connected car & automated vehicle ecosystem, and how it will evolve from here
    · The biggest and fastest-growing opportunities in the ecosystem today
    · How rules and regulations need to change to enable this growth
    · What enterprises and OEMs need to know now to stay ahead and capitalize on the opportunity
  • Eliminate the IoT Security Blind Spot with Armis
    Eliminate the IoT Security Blind Spot with Armis Nadir Izrael - CTO Co-Founder Recorded: Oct 24 2017 39 mins
    Our current security architecture is broken. We need a new approach to address the evolving IoT endpoint. Join Armis CTO Nadir Izrael as he discusses:

    -Where current architecture is falling short
    -What next-generation architecture should look like
    -How to address vulnerabilities found in IoT devices/the unmanaged endpoint.

    About Armis:

    Armis eliminates the IoT security blind spot, protecting enterprises from the threat of unmanaged or rogue devices and networks. Customers including Samsung Research America and IDT Corporation trust Armis’ agentless IoT security platform to see and control any device or network. Armis is a privately held company and headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
  • 2017 Trends in IoT Cyber Attacks
    2017 Trends in IoT Cyber Attacks Ulf Mattsson, David Morris, Mandeep Khera, Juanita Koilpillai Recorded: Sep 13 2017 61 mins
    There is a need to protect ALL Internet of Things (IoT) devices from unknown vulnerabilities. When IoT is augmented with sensors and actuators, the technology becomes an instance of the more general class of cyber-physical systems, which also encompasses technologies such as smart grids, virtual power plants, smart homes, intelligent transportation and smart cities. Each thing is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system but is able to interoperate within the existing Internet infrastructure. Experts estimate that the IoT will consist of about 30 billion objects by 2020. This session will discuss the key findings.
    Viewers will learn:
    • Current trends in Cyber attacks for IoT
    • Security Metrics for IoT
    • Oversight of third parties in IoT
    • How to measure cybersecurity preparedness for IoT
    • Automated approaches to integrate Security into IoT
  • Death to Traffic: How Smart Cities are Changing Transportation
    Death to Traffic: How Smart Cities are Changing Transportation Laura Schewel, CEO, StreetLight Data Recorded: Jun 23 2017 45 mins
    From automated vehicles to ride hailing apps, transportation as we know it is changing - and fast. But new technologies alone won't help communities build the efficient, equitable, and sustainable transportation networks communities want. In fact, these innovative technologies could do just the opposite, especially if they are not deployed wisely. Cities must collect the right data and enact the right policies to ensure they do not exacerbate problems like inequity and traffic, and to hold themselves accountable to the promise of new mobility technologies.

    In this webinar, you will find out why - and how - the smartest cities of tomorrow will be those that adopt data-driven transportation strategies today. Join for Laura Schewel's presentation to gain insights into:

    • Why the status quo for transportation data collection is no longer good enough
    • The types of Massive Mobile Data that are useful for transportation and urban planning
    • Algorithmic processing techniques that are critical for making this data useful
    • Case studies from California and Virginia that demonstrate why Massive Mobile Data drives more effective transportation planning
    • A forward-looking blueprint for using Massive Mobile Data to maximize the potential benefits of new transportation technologies - and minimize negative impacts

    Laura Schewel founded StreetLight Data, a mobility analytics provider, after spending more than a decade as an advanced transportation researcher and statistician at the Rocky Mountain Institute and FERC. She has particular expertise in transportation systems, sustainability and safety, and vehicle/system modeling and analysis.
  • How IoT Will Make Healthcare Healthy, Wealthy, & Wise
    How IoT Will Make Healthcare Healthy, Wealthy, & Wise Jarie Bolander, COO, Lab Sensor Solutions Recorded: Jun 23 2017 46 mins
    IoT is a technology that has the potential to make us healthy, wealthy, and wise especially in healthcare. Healthcare is just now adopting IoT to improve patient outcomes and decrease the cost of care.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn:

    - How to identify if an IoT solution will work for your use case.
    - What others in healthcare are using IoT for.
    - The challenges of IoT in healthcare
  • Your Car Is Betraying You -- Why Robust Security is Essential on the Road
    Your Car Is Betraying You -- Why Robust Security is Essential on the Road Toby Weir-Jones, CEO, Weir-Jones and Associates Recorded: Jun 22 2017 58 mins
    Modern vehicles are, as Bruce Schneier recently put it, actually computers with wheels rather than cars with a computer added on. Every part of the vehicle's operation is supervised, logged, and managed by digital signals on a complex vehicle network. If you have a crash, your car will tell investigators if you were speeding or swerved to avoid the impact. If you spend too long dawdling at the convenience store instead of visiting your customers, your employer will know about it. If you waste fuel, drive dangerously, or don't turn your lights on when you should, it'll be recorded.

    This introduces a lot of familiar debates in security circles. Who owns the data? What counts as personally identifiable? What are acceptable standards for logging, retention, and disclosure? What happens if we get it wrong?

    The bad news is the vehicle landscape, like enterprise security, is badly fragmented. The good news is we've learned a lot of useful lessons over the past 20 years which can be brought to bear on the problem, so solving it shouldn't take another 20.

    In this presentation we'll review some of the mechanics of how vehicle data is generated, who can see it, and how it can be used and abused. We'll then talk about points of leverage for the industry, the manufacturers, the owners, and law enforcement, and see what common ground exists. Finally, we'll lay out some basic ideas any fleet operator or concerned individual can use to make decisions about what vehicles to use and how to manage the data footprints they generate.

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