the Internet of Things

December 1, 2021
By Kimberly Underwood
Illustration design by Chris D’Elia based on artwoIllustration design by Chris D’Elia based on artwork by Zlatko Guzmic and Anastasia Asadcheva/Shutterstockrk by Zlatko Guzmic and Anastasia Asadcheva/Shutterstock

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory that developed the Linux-based open-source zero-trust architecture called Keylime are now seeing it deployed more significantly.

November 10, 2020
By Robert K. Ackerman
Credit: Shutterstock/Krunja

The whole will be greater than the sum of its parts as evolving technologies come together to spawn entirely new capabilities that will affect the connected world. That connected world itself will be expanding as innovations empower people far beyond existing, and even envisioned, parameters

As with all advances, this new connected world will not be without drawbacks. Security and privacy concerns will be greater, as the potential threats become more ubiquitous. But some capabilities may bring their own solutions to these challenges.