Anyone wearing a networked genital lock should think about technology security as well as physical security.
‘Barnacle’ car parking clamps adopted by the University of Oklahoma contain SIMs for remote management and location tracking.
Telcos may underestimate the risk of leakages caused by a combination of 5G network slicing and mobile IoT devices.
The internet of things means more devices will have a microphone, loudspeaker and network connection. Expect disruption if Google links this trend to newer comms protocols.
Joakim Reiter, External Affairs Director of Vodafone Group, says the EU single market is undermined by having different electronic comms rules in each country.
Increasing the speed of transmission and the number of devices connected to a network will magnify the inherent security vulnerabilities of SIM cards.
Telcos are turning to unsupervised machine learning to identify new and increasingly complex patterns of criminal behavior.
Rewritable integrated SIMs will power the internet of things, and demand new versions of some traditional RA controls.
How will digitalization of telco services create new issues for risk and assurance practitioners? That subject is covered by this presentation, given at the Subex User Conference in Zagreb.
Combine the views of respected experts with recent news about electronic spying and we are left with grim expectations for how the internet of things will affect privacy.