Five tech solutions to global problems

Technology is helping to address deep social issues worldwide, benefiting some of the most vulnerable in society

Protecting energy networks from cyberattacks

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In an age of digital connectivity, energy networks are increasingly vulnerable to crippling cyberattacks by criminals, rogue hackers or hostile states

Five worrying cyberthreats to connected tech

As connected technology develops, potential threats to cybersecurity multiply. Here are five major areas of concern

The main reasons why IoT projects fail

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Cisco conducted a survey of over 1,800 business and IT leaders to find out their main challenges for IoT project adoption in organisations. Here are the top reasons why IoT projects fail and what you can do about it.

Quantum networking: communicate at the speed of thought

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Advances in real-time networking are coming and this means much more than just faster internet speed and enhanced phone coverage – it will bring communication at the speed of thought

Three companies pioneering the internet of things

Companies and organisations in varied sectors are pioneering new and exciting business models to incorporate the internet of things

Don’t let your IoT project be another connected flip flop

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From 'smart' flip flops to connected vending machines, IoT projects without a clear business application could open the gates to hackers and provide little value

The IoT attacks that could eclipse Mirai

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Expect to see millions of IoT devices annexed by malicious attackers in the future, dwarfing the Mirai botnet we saw in 2016