IOT News Wednesday, March 28 Data, Smart city, Cyber security & more…

IOT News TLDR / Table of Contents

  • Smart cities will be built ondataSmartphones, wearables, cameras, smart energy meters, sensors,… they all generate a continuous stream of data.
  • In a smart city, data is integrated across the policy domains and is seen as an essential part of proactive decision-making, a holistic vision and an organizational advantage.
  • But the whitepaper also points out that, in order to evolve to a smart city, not only data is required, but a solid data architecture as well.
  • This data architecture must meet a number of requirements so that it can be used in a smart city context.
  • And these are the same criteria that apply to DataBroker DAO, the first marketplace for selling buying sensor data.

Tags: data, smart city, smart energy meters, recent 24-page whitepaper, public transport companies

  • BlackRidge Technology has two key capabilities in the advancement of network security and cyber defense.
  • BlackRidge TAC (Transport Access Control) authenticates a network packet at session establishment and therefore only allows legitimate connections to a protected resource such as a server, datacenter, a resource connected to a virtual machine or cloud services.
  • BlackRidge accomplishes this by inserting a cryptographic generated token in the session and the gateway or virtual gateway at the server or service checks for authentication.
  • A BlackRidge adaptive trust platform can be easily connected to additional components to provide a dynamic cyber security solution that easily scales.
  • By adding these other components to the BlackRidge platform, a fully automated cyber security architecture can be achieved with near real-time response.

Tags: cyber security, BlackRidge Technology, BlackRidge TAC, BlackRidge adaptive trust, cyber security systems

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