Evothings Secure on winners podium at IoT Idea Challenge

Aaron ArdiriBlogs, News

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Stockholm November 13, 2014 Evothings is proud to announce being awarded second place at the IoT Idea Challenge finals in Stockholm. The team is excited with the amount of support and praise we have received lately and look forward to being able to move our idea to the next stages with the 25,000€ prize money and integration in the EIT … Read More

Evothings at One day of IoT in Oslo

Alex JonssonBlogs, News

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Stockholm, October 25, 2014 Evothings have been invited to speak at the One day of Internet of Things hosted by at the Radison Blu Scandinavia on November 6 in Oslo, Norway. Evothings’ CTO Aaron Ardiri will present our take on IoT security and outline our experiences to test the feasibility of implementing security in low powered micro-controllers (specifically the Arduino … Read More

IoT Security – are we going about it the right way?

Aaron ArdiriBlogs

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This one is for the way-out-there department but makes for interesting discussion on security, accessibility of data and a biological approach to how IoT systems can begin to defend themselves as nature has proven so effective. EET India published an article recently that makes a good point of questioning if security within IoT, mobile and computing in general is being actually … Read More

Shellshock – exactly what is the impact to IoT?

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Over the past few days a lot of focus has been placed on what is known as the ShellShock exploit that impacts all computers and devices that use the Bourne-Again Shell (bash). Exactly how serious is this bug, what are the implications specifically related to the Internet of Things and why should consumers care about this?