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Trend Micro and Fujitsu set out to secure connected vehicles

Cybersecurity giant Trend Micro has partnered with Fujitsu on a solution to secure connected vehicles.

The pair are collaborating with “automotive-related” manufacturers to ensure the solution meets their needs.

A V-SOC (Vehicle-Security Operation Center) is the core...

Royal Caribbean bringing IoT wearables to its cruises

Cruise Ship

Cruise company Royal Caribbean is launching a purpose-built connected wearable to provide a range of functions for its passengers.

Being developed by Vancouver-based IoT platform company TraceSafe, the bracelet will provide Covid-19 contact tracing, serve as a room key, a wireless...

Why your phone is the key to better building security

The prevalence of smartphones and apps like Apple Wallet, which stores digital versions of credit cards, boarding passes, and event tickets, make our phones an essential part of everyday life. Now that Apple has opened the Wallet app to developers, experts expect to see an increase in mobile...

Cairngorms National Park working with IoT network to monitor footfall

Loch Morlich in Autumn

The Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA) is to install gateways and sensor devices that will connect it to North’s IoT Scotland network.

North currently runs the £6 million IoT Scotland network with funding from the Scottish government and its enterprise schemes, providing the...