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- Taking cyber risk management to the next level
- ReadÂ the full reportÂ here. Learn more about Deloitte’s Center for Financial Services. Â
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- Is IoT Security Finally Getting the Attention of Tech Giants?
- A new partnership between Google and Microchip seeks to improve security in IoT devices by establishing both hardware and software root of trust.
- private key, IoT Core, Cloud IoT Core, device, mass IoT deployments
- 7 Ways The #Blockchain Can Save The Environment And Stop Climate Change
- As permanent, tamper-proof databases that are shared by a community without a centralized owner, blockchains they are particularly interesting for environmental causes. They make it possible to track…
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- Recently, Google and Microchip announced an interesting partnership to improve security in IoT devices by establishing both hardware and software root of trust.
- But to quickly recap, devices can establish a TLS session to Google, connect via MQTT or HTTP using a JWT signed by the private key as its password, and IoT Core will validate the device by inspecting the JWT with the device public key.
- This is where Microchips CryptoAuthentication device works nicely with Cloud IoT Core.
- To borrow from the presentation, a typical flow without a crypto device looks like this: (Note: Device Manager and MQTT/HTTP brokers are part of Cloud IoT Core) – – – The provisioner must create the key pair, and then pass on the private key and burn it onto the device….
- Now the key is generated by the device itself, and the public keys are passed to the provisioner, who can then use that to interface with IoT Core.
- Blockchains can be used to track products from the manufacturer to the shelf and help prevent waste, inefficiency, fraud, and unethical practices by making supply chains more transparent.
- RecycleToCoin is another blockchain dApp in development that will enable people to return their used plastic containers in exchange for a token, through automated machines in Europe and around the world.
- Blockchain could discourage corporations and governments from back-pedalling on their environmental promises or misreporting their progress, because the technology would allow to transparently track important environmental data, and show whether commitments were met.
- Tracking the carbon footprint of each product using the blockchain would protect this data from tampering, and it can be used to determine the amount of carbon tax to be charged on at the point of sale.
- Blockchain technology can help both individuals and companies to see the real impact of their actions and incentivize them to take the actions that benefit the environment.
Top IOT Courses
Internet of Things (IoT) Automation using Raspberry Pi 2 (1,358 students enrolled)By Venkatesh Varadachari
- Read the raw temperature of the multiple sensors using Linux command.
- Program the sensors to display the updated temperature after a delay of every 10 seconds.
- Receive an automated email alert when the temperature crosses a certain limit.
- Connect the sensors to an open source cloud and access the temperature in a web dashboard from anywhere.
- Retrieve the complete month statistics by visiting the web portal.
Start the Internet of Things (IoT) from scratch (96 students enrolled)By Dr. Kobkiat Saraubon
- Build your own IoT projects using NodeMCU based on Arduino platform
- Write programs to control your hardware
- Connect your IoTs to cloud services to store/process/share some data