The internet of things and GDPR Regulation

Internet of Things (IoT) can offer a positive return on investment (ROI) by providing real time data; converged with historical data and various external sources to support incremental improvements or rapid decisions. One example of such improvements is the introduction of predictive maintenance through the utilization of IoT. However, provision of IoT objects and solutions…

Implications GDPR has on Internet of Things (IoT) solutions

IOT technology The evolution of the Internet of Things will dramatically accelerate the number of objects/sensors that have a built-in connectivity to a network. Gartner estimates that by the end of 2017, approximately 8.4 billion devices will be connected to the internet; representing a 31% increase from 2016. The number of connected devices will expand…

Security concerns with the usage of IoT

Internet of things can be defined as a network infrastructure that is used to link virtual and physical objects through the exploitation of communication capabilities and data collection. The system has evolved from the convergence of the internet, micro-electromechanical systems, wireless technologies and micro-services. The system is however faced with several challenges when it comes…