Cisco: The First Law of IoT: Things that Can Be Connected, Will Be Connected
Recently, I had the opportunity to participate on a panel discussion of Internet of Things (IoT) privacy and security at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. This week, Barcelona plays host to the 2016 Mobile World Congress, where technology leaders convene to discuss what’s next in the mobile industry. Both events point to a future in which Internet-enabled devices are ubiquitous.
We cannot yet see exactly how our lives will change as a result of this next wave of innovation. What is clear, however, is the potentially transformative nature of a world packed with connected devices. For that potential to be reached, consumers need assurances that their privacy and security will be carefully protected. Here, both industry and government have important roles to play.
The IoT represents a revolutionary step in the development of technology—much more so than the advent of the cloud computing. We can now connect products that were designed separately. We can even connect…
Read the entire article here, The First Law of IoT: Things that Can Be Connected, Will Be Connected
via the fine folks at Cisco Systems.