IoT

4 Ways to Optimize Your Site to Rank on Google in 2019

Content marketing and optimization have come a long way since the early days of search. Simple tricks like keyword stuffing have fallen by the wayside as Google has become more enlightened in its ability to understand content. Here are the best four ways to optimize your site to rank on Google in 2019. Marketers need …

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9 Main iot Security Challenges for the Future of Internet Of Things (Iot)

Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the hottest technologies in the era of digital transformation, connecting everything to the Internet. It is the core technology behind smart homes, self-driving cars, smart utility meters, and smart cities. But there are nine main security challenges for the future of the internet of things (IoT). The number …

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How IoT Monitoring Is Going to Change How We Think About Privacy and Security

Most industries are already making use of IoT monitoring devices, designed to provide better security, better safety, or more data to the companies creating them—or some combination of the three. The emergence of devices like these has been an impressive boon both to tech companies and companies of various industries making use of them. Tech …

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Three takes next steps in connecting Arranmore

Three Ireland has today launched the second phase of its partnership with Arranmore, an island five kilometres off the coast of Donegal. To deliver new opportunities for the community and to manage some of the challenges that they face, Three is trialling a number of state of the art IoT solutions. Three launched its partnership …

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IoT botnet creator cops plea to hacking more than 800,000 devices

Getty Images | Marilyn Nieves A 21-year-old Washington man has pleaded guilty to creating botnets that converted hundreds of thousands of routers, cameras, and other Internet-facing devices into money-making denial-of-service fleets that could knock out entire Web hosting companies. Kenneth Currin Schuchman of Vancouver, Washington, admitted in federal court documents on Tuesday that he and …

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