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Dewen Pointing
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5/20/2014 | 4:05:51 AM
re: Cisco Launches Business Unit For Internet Of Things
This is an informative article. I have gathered a lot of information regarding the technology that we can use inside a vehicle. As mentioned here about sensors, I like this concept the most. Because the sensors are now-a-days very much useful for us. They are alerting us in our dash board if the vehicle has some error inside it. Also, sensors can buzz if any unwanted touch the car exhibits results minimize the chance of car stealing. If we can get an alert of problem inside our car then we can go for a best repair center and can stay away from the known car related problems. If we maintain our car properly then only we can get safe ride from it.

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Joe Stanganelli
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10/31/2013 | 3:51:54 AM
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If Cisco wants to lead the way in security for IoT, it needs to drop the 'tude about "coffee machines" and consumer IoT. That may be a good marketing line when you're speaking with an enterprise customer, but the truth is that these same IoT devices are also used in break rooms and elsewhere in the enterprise. These factors, combined with increasing implementation of BYOD programs as IoT proliferates, puts the entire enterprise at greater and greater risk to "up-the-ladder" attacks through a simple flaw in -- yes -- a coffee machine or other, "minor" IoT device.


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