Posts Tagged: IoT

Securing IoT Medical Devices

Securing Medical IoT Devices

The IoT (Internet of Things) is becoming part of our everyday life. We’re developing audio equipment that can use voice commands to process complex operations, light switches that schedule operations based on observed functionality over time, and even devices that we can use to automatically order supplies based on our consumption habits. Read more

Exploring The gRPC Framework for Building Microservices

There are very few names as ubiquitous as Google. While Google is best known for its search engine and for its suite of productivity applications, some of its most powerful work is in the functional aspects of the world wide web and the protocols that drive it. Read more

What is Fog Computing?

The web is always evolving, growing ever more complex and powerful as the industry adds new technologies and solutions. Consumer data processing and storage demands are higher than ever before, and thus web architectures must pivot and innovate in order to match these demands. Read more

oauth 2.0

OAuth 2.0 – Why It’s Vital to IoT Security

In this article we’ll explain why OAuth 2.0 is vital to IoT security. The internet is fundamentally an unsafe place. For every service, every API, there are users who would love nothing more than to break through the various layers of security you’ve erected. Read more

Is Your API Automotive Grade?

Imagine that a user has plugged into your API and triggers a request, only to be met with an error message. Now imagine all of this is happening while they’re traveling at 70mph on the highway. For Henrik Segesten, cloud domain architect at Volvo, making sure that this sort of thing doesn’t happen isn’t the stuff of bad dreams — it’s part of his day to day routine. Read more