Tag: IoT

Holidays Gifts to Boost Online Privacy, Secure Personal Data

By Lee Rickwood
In many ways, it is an outrage that online safety and security has to be purchased at all: yes, our personal information is very valuable and well worth protecting, but there are those who say we should be paid when others make use of our digital data, not that we should pay to protect our data from them.

What’s New From the Samsung Developer Conference 2019

By Christine Persaud
Samsung recently held its annual Developer Conference, SDC19, in San Jose, CA. There, the company introduced several innovations in products, services, and software touching on everything from the Bixby voice assistant to the SmartThings Internet of Things (IoT) platform, Galaxy devices, smart TVs, and more.

Canadian Businesses Struggle With How to Protect Their Data

By Christine Persaud
Canadian businesses realize the threat that data hacks – which have been coming fast and furious these days – present to their sensitive data. But companies also struggle with the best steps to take in order to protect that data, especially when it comes to new forms of data from emerging technologies like AI and machine learning.

Internet of Things (IoT) Gets a Boost

By Yasmin Ranade
L-SPARK and TELUS have partnered to launch the Secure IoT Accelerator program in collaboration with BlackBerry Limited and Solace. The Secure IoT Accelerator program is hoping to enable Canadian Internet of Things (IoT) ventures by providing them global market reach capability with a Secure by Design technology.

Drone Developments Bring New Rules, Regs, Restrictions

by Lee Rickwood
Think of a pilotless drone as part of the Internet of Things, automatically, remotely, independently capturing massive amounts of data from its unique vantage point high above the city, its people and its patterns.