Prī-və-sē or priv–uh-see?
In the IoT & IoE
It will be…
All about you & me
FTC to limit collection of data in the Internet of Things / Wall Street Journal
Internet-connected wearables, cars, thermostats, ad infinitum are all the rage in Silicon Valley. But those devices can come with security and privacy holes that leave consumers exposed, regulators warned.
In a much-anticipated report on the so-called-Internet of Things, the Federal Trade Commission laid out steps businesses can take to protect consumers’ privacy. The first is to build security into devices at the outset, rather than as an afterthought. Other recommendations include: vetting partners for how they handle consumer data, taking measures to keep unauthorized users from accessing personal information stored on the network, and monitoring and patching connected devices throughout their expected life cycle…
IoT Growing, FTC Watching / Politico
FTC Warning / Wired
IoT Security — Best practices / Net-Security
Google boss Eric Schmidt predicts (January 22, 2015) that the Internet will soon be so pervasive in every facet of our lives that it will effectively “disappear” into the background.
“It will be part of your presence all the time. Imagine you walk into a room and… you are interacting with all the things going on in that room.” “A highly personalised, highly interactive and very interesting world emerges.”
“You cannot isolate yourself any more. It simply doesn’t work.”
The so-called Internet of Things becoming the Internet of Everything…
It’s your data… secure it…
Personal privacy, not to be ignored…
Developing ‘Law of the Internet of Things’
IoT – A ‘Legal Nightmare’ / The Verge
Blue Edge Lab consists mainly of a subscription software service called CyberTrak, which will be sold to companies for $25,000 a year. It is essentially a guide to cybersecurity-related laws and regulations around the world, covering 23 countries. Within the United States, the service is tailored to support four major sectors: government contracting, energy, financial services and health care. The program summarizes legal requirements in each jurisdiction and assesses the risk of enforcement in those jurisdictions.
These technology and business trends are ushering in the age of IoE,
creating an unprecedented opportunity to connect the unconnected:
people, process, data, and things.
Currently, 99.4 percent of physical objects that may one day be part of the
Internet of Everything (IoT/IoE) are still unconnected.
January 27, 2015