SmartCities’s Cyber Security Role and Ethical Challenges

Security and safety challenges of smart-cities are under hot discussion, and thanks to its property as an umbrella term every cyber-security vendor has an opinion on it. Most technical research on smart-cities aren’t addressing cyber security and privacy concerns. The consensus is that it’s the vendor/integrator who should be held accountable when things go wrong. But […]

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Streembit: “Hello World” My 1st Ever Video Call over a Decentralised P2P Network

Today I’d like to show you what Streembit, the world’s first decentralised P2P based messaging platform can do for humans (besides the IoT). Streembit uses well tested cryptographic industry standards to ensure end-to-end encryption. There are no 3rd parties, or intermediaries monetizing your data. Using a DHT, Streembit avoids the traditional pitfalls threatening the bitcoin network while remaining agnostic about the eventual outcome […]

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Streembit: a decentralised peer-2-peer messaging platform for the IoT

Introducing Streembit: a decentralised, peer-to-peer, secure communication system for humans and machines. The purpose of Streembit is to create a free, secure, decentralised, peer to peer, Open Source system that secures your real time communication in accordance to the currently evolving W3C’s Web of Things (WoT) standard. You can have as many accounts on the permission less […]

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Securing the Internet of Things

A report from the Economist Intelligence Unit The internet of things (IoT) presents the ultimate scenario of technology disruption. In industries ranging from door locks to auto, from sports apparel to heavy manufacturing, the IoT is upending business models, restructuring organisations and redefining the very nature of information technology (IT). But recent research by The […]

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Attacking the Internet of Things for Fun and Profit

Last updated 22nd Sept. 2016. Below we’re collecting the most interesting and influential IoT Security papers. This post targets engineering professionals who want to jump-start their IoT Security foo or wish to move into this Brave New World that is the Internet of Things or more specifically learn about IoTSecurity. The below content is evolving (hopefully with your help). If you find something missing […]

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