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Making or selling Internet of Things (IoT) devices?

Peter Brown

, March 7, 2018 — Digital

Senior Technology Officer, Information Commissioner’s Office

Six reasons you need to be thinking about data protectionWith the demand for connected toys, smartwatches and smart home accessories growing rapidly it’s safe to say the IoT market is booming.At the same time, barely a week goes by without hearing of a connected device that has serious yet basic security flaws, leaving personal data…

Realising the potential of 5G

Ian Smith

, February 16, 2018 — Digital

5G Testbeds & Trials Programme Director, DCMS

The world is becoming increasingly dependent on reliable mobile connectivity, mobile data use has rocketed over the past five years – increasing 74% in 2015. The term “5G” is used to describe the fifth generation of mobile communications technologies and will have capabilities significantly beyond our current connectivity infrastructure. Improving the online experienceMobile networks support…

International cooperation is vital for Internet of Things security

Madeline Carr

, December 10, 2017 — Digital

Dr Madeline Carr is an Associate Professor of International Relations and Cyber Security at UCL

In the second in our series of blogs covering our work on cyber security, Dr Madeline Carr, an associate professor at UCL who is part of the PETRAS Internet of Things Research Hub, explores the international policy dimension of Internet of Things (IoT) security. PETRAS has contributed extensively throughout the DCMS Secure by Default review.One…

Securing our connected world

Martin Sadler

, October 6, 2017 — Digital

Chair of DCMS’s Secure by Default Expert Advisory Group

In the first of a series of blogs covering DCMS’s work on cyber security, Martin Sadler, Chair of DCMS’s Secure by Default Expert Advisory Group explores the Secure by Default Review, which  looks at how the Internet of Things (IoT) market has developed and what impact this has on the cyber security landscape.As we put our…