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BlackBerry Cylance First Move: Artificial Intelligence for IoT Security

BlackBerry completes Cylance acquisition & preps A.I.-driven Internet of Things (IoT) security. Brian Stoner now Cylance’s acting VP of worldwide channels.

BlackBerry Hires Cisco Veteran As President; Accelerates IoT Security Push

BlackBerry hires Cisco veteran Bryan Palma as president & COO responsible for securing the “Enterprise of Things” (EoT). Cylance buyout expected to be finalized in February.

CES 2019: BlackBerry Unveils IoT Security Feature Packs for OEMs

BlackBerry unveils Internet of Things (IoT) security feature packs for OEM partners at the CES 2019 conference. Plus, BlackBerry’s Cylance acquisition is expected to be finalized in February.

DDoS Attacks Exploit Weak IoT Security

DDoS attackers increasingly marshal thousands of unsecured Internet of Things (IoT) devices into a zombie army, Nexusguard’s data showed.

Fortinet Network Access Control Tackles IoT Security

Fortinet cybersecurity adds a network access control product for Internet of Things (IoT) security that offers visibility across endpoints, users & devices.

IoT Security Solutions Provider Mocana Unveils Managed ICS Platform

Internet of Things (IoT) specialist Mocana launches TrustCenter, a managed security platform designed for industrial control systems (ICS). Expect demos at RSA Conference 2018 in San Francisco.

Gartner: Worldwide IoT Security Spending to Reach $1.5 Billion in 2018

Worldwide Internet of Things (IoT) security spending will increase 28% year over year & reach $1.5 billion in 2018, technology research firm Gartner predicts.

Carbon Black Veterans Join Armored Things IoT Security Startup

Armored Things hires Carbon Black veterans Chris Lord and Joshua Hartley for Internet of Things (IoT) cybersecurity push.

U.S. Senator Hassan: IoT Security Needs Standards, Federal Regulation

U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan (D-NH), says the Internet of Things (IoT) requires government regulations for proper cybersecurity standards.

Inmarsat Survey: 54% of Energy Companies Lack IoT Security Skills

Many energy companies lack Internet of Things (IoT) security protocols, a new survey from British satellite telecommunications provider Inmarsat indicates.