Decentralized operation and security in the IoT Space

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Better business transparency and remote access are fundamentally important. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to operate in unprecedented times where a rapid transition to a more digitalised workflow is vital.

The 13th Cyberwatching.eu webinar entitled “Decentralized operation and security in the IoT Space” was held in collaboration with the SOFIE project, addressing the ongoing strong development of the Internet of Things (IoT), which is dramatically changing traditional perceptions of the current Internet towards an integrated vision in which smart objects interact with each other.

The webinar showcased how decentralized operation and security in the IoT Space help our society and economy, providing the following takeaways:

  • Valuable learning opportunity from the European IoT and CS&P experts who shared their experience;
  • Gaining insights into the SOFIE architecture being developed in the SOFIE project currently used to power four pilots: the supply chain, the energy flexibility marketplace, context-aware mobile gaming, and energy data exchange;
  • Discovering the cybersecurity resources which small-medium enterprises (SMEs) and projects could benefit from, particularly in the current situation where cybersecurity skills are more needed than ever before.

Read the document and learn the IoT''s societal impacts and recommendations coming from the SOFIE project.

  

 
Friday, 14 August, 2020

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