ETSI, a Europe-based tech standards organization, has released a cybersecurity spec for consumer Internet of Things products.
Here's a round-up of recently released kits, covering a wide range of use cases.
Microsoft expanded the capabilities of its Azure IoT Edge solution for bringing cloud intelligence to the edge, adding the capability to run in virtual machines.
The new cloud offering will reportedly "connect the cloud to the world around you" and providing functionality to "log, graph and analyze sensor data, trigger events, and automate your home or business."
Canonical released a version of its popular Ubuntu Linux distribution specifically designed to run embedded in Internet of Things devices, with a focus on security.
With device firmware being too hard to access and analyze, researchers focused on potential security vulnerabilities introduced by code in faulty companion device apps, finding multiple problems.
The Linux Foundation believes the edge computing space -- where IoT and other devices do their own processing -- is so proprietary and fragmented that it created an umbrella organization to bring things to common order, at least in the open source world.
Cisco Systems unveiled an expansion of its new-age networking solution, with one of the new areas of reach being the edge of the burgeoning Internet of Things.
Of all the new game-changing, cutting-edge technologies on developers' radar for 2019, the Internet of Things holds the most promise of immediate real-world adoption, according to a new report from HackerRank.
With the Internet of Things gaining prominence on multiple fronts, security still remains a big challenge, according to digital security company Gemalto.