IoT medical devices security vulnerabilities affects many different types of in-hospital equipment including diagnostic equipment (e.g., MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) machines and CT (Computerized axial Tomography) scanners), therapeutic equipment (e.g., infusion pumps and medical lasers) life support equipment (e.g., heart support machines), internet-connected devices for monitoring patients vital signs (e.g., thermometers, glucometers, blood pressure cuffs,… Continue reading IoT Medical Devices Security Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities
IoT recruiting comparison where a lot of recruiting firms out there – contingency based, RPOs, and retained search firms claim they can deliver results. You have the need to find the right candidate for a key senior executive or functional leadership role. Or you need a key sales, business development, or engineering professional? … Continue reading IoT Recruiting Comparison Does your recruiter deliver?
The threat of IoT Botnets describes a network of devices that have been compromised by a cybercriminal or hacker and are being used to conduct a coordinated attack. Typically these devices are a mixture of computers and mobile devices. IoT Botnets can be utilized for many different types of cyber attack. Spam email campaigns and… Continue reading Threat of IoT Botnets Protecting your Systems
2018 and 2019 are characterized by an explosion of urbanization with as IoT smart cities development optimizes services to their residents. According to the recent World Cities report of the United Nations over 3.7 billion people are now living in urban areas, while this number is expected to double by 2050. Urbanization trends are accompanied… Continue reading IoT Smart Cities Development Future Vision for Urban