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The Key IoT Security Questions You Need To Ask

first_imgRelated Posts Tags:#authentication#Azure#Azure IoT Suite#Connected Devices#hardware#IoT hub#iot in action#IoT Security#Microsoft#security#top An Internet of Things (IoT) solution offers a multitude of business benefits from decreased operational costs to new revenue streams. But it also comes with a host of security considerations, including an ever-changing array of regulatory compliance requirements, demanding expert navigation and acute attention to detail.Below I’ve listed some of the critical questions to ask when deploying a secure IoT solution. To learn more about IoT security, be sure to register for the IoT in Action event in San Francisco on February 13.How secure are your things?For starters, the actual devices must be secure. In the next few years, a new wave of innovation will drive down costs and inundate the market with internet-connected devices in every price range, from electronic toys to manufacturing sensors. In anticipation of this, my Microsoft colleagues have identified The seven properties of highly secure devices. I have listed out each of these properties below, along with the fundamental questions you must ask:The hardware-based root of trust: Does each device have a unique identity that is inseparable from the hardware?Small trusted computing base: Is most of the device’s software outside its trusted computing base?Defense in depth: Does your device software have multiple layers of protection built-in?Compartmentalization: Are you using hardware-enforced barriers to stop failures from propagating to other components?Certificates-based authentication: Do your devices use certificates (vs. passwords)?Renewable security: Can the device’s software be updated automatically to a more secure state?Failure reporting: Do you have a solution in place to report software failures to the manufacturer?How secure are your connections? More to the point, when you’ve got a bunch of devices talking to each other over the internet, how will you safeguard data confidentiality and integrity? When choosing an IoT monitoring and connection solution, make sure that it is using industry-proven data encryption. Solutions like the Azure IoT Suite secure the internet connection between the IoT device and IoT hub using the Transport Layer Security (TLS) standard.Another question to ask is how you will prevent unsolicited inbound connections from wreaking havoc on your devices? Make sure that only devices are allowed to initiate connections and not the IoT hub. And speaking of the IoT hub: make sure that the one you’re using has the capability of maintaining a per-device queue – meaning that it can store messages for devices and wait for the devices to connect. For more on this topic, be sure to read IoT security from the ground up.How secure is your cloud solution?Is your cloud provider following rigorous security best practices? When choosing a cloud provider, make sure you pay careful attention to how they are handling the following areas.Network traffic segregation: Is IoT traffic segregated from other network traffic using an IoT gateway or other means?Monitoring: How is network traffic being monitored? How will you know if any credentials are compromised or if unmanaged devices are accessing your cloud services?Security controls: How well do you know your cloud provider’s SLA (service-level agreement)? Which security controls are being maintained by your provider and which will you need to address internally?Encryption and security key management: Does your IoT solution allow you to define access control policies for each security key? Is data in the cloud encrypted?Have you registered for IoT in Action in San Francisco, CA on February 13, 2018?These questions only scratch the broad surface of IoT security. To learn more about securing your IoT solution, register for this free, one-day event. You’ll hear from the researchers behind The seven properties of highly secured devices and see an IoT solution come to life before your eyes. You’ll also get insights into how Microsoft addresses IoT security through its Azure solutions. Plus, connect with partners who can help you bring your IoT solution from concept to reality. View the full agenda. Olivia Burgess Leveraging Big Data that Data Websites Should T…center_img How Data Analytics Can Save Lives AI: How it’s Impacting Surveillance Data Storage Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You…last_img read more

4 hockey players killed in accident

first_imgFour national-level hockey players were killed and three injured when their car crashed into a tree on a highway in Hoshangabad district on Monday morning, said the police. “The players were travelling on the Itarsi road towards Hoshangabad to take part in the Dhyan Chand trophy tournament at 7 a.m.,” said M.N. Chhari, Superintendent of Police. Witnesses told the police the driver of the car, which was speeding, lost control and seconds later the car crashed into the tree and tumbled to the side near the Raisalpur village, added Mr. Chhari. “Several locals helped rescue the injured.” The deceased had been identified as Shahnawaz Hussain, Ashish Lal, Aniket Varun and Adarsh Hardua, all between 18 and 22 years of age. They trained at the Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy, said the police. The injured had been admitted to the Narmada Apna Hospital in Hoshangabad, said Mr. Chhari. “The Chief Minister has announced a compensation of ₹2 lakh for each of the families of the deceased,” he added. Condoling the deaths, Chief Minister Kamal Nath tweeted that he prayed for the speedy recovery of the injured and “instructions had been given to officials for the complete treatment of the injured and every possible help to the families of the deceased.”last_img read more

Bahri Sees Profit Drop in 2017

first_imgzoom National Shipping Company Of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) reported a net income of SAR 800.3 million (USD 213.3 million) in 2017, down by 53.4% from the previous year’s net income of SAR 1.7 billion.As explained, the decrease in net income was mainly due to lower rates in the international spot market, specifically in oil and chemicals. This was accompanied by a rise in bunker costs due to higher bunker prices in 2017.In addition, a decrease in the share of profits of Petredec limited, which is 30.3% owned by Bahri, by 65 million contributed to the profit drop.Bahri clarified that an increase in the provision of the withholding tax during the period ended December 31, 2017, a rise in the financing expenses to fund the expansion of the company’s fleet, the loss of revaluation of financial derivatives and an increase in general and administrative expenses were also reasons for the profit decrease.According to Bahri, the addition of new vessels to its fleet and the growth in the logistics service sector have reduced the impact of lower transport prices on the company’s performance.Bahri released its 2017 financial information on the same day when it took delivery of a new very large crude carrier (VLCC) in South Korea.Named Qamran, the newly received vessel is the third VLCC to join Bahri’s fleet this year, following the deliveries of Kassab in January and Lawhah in February, bringing the total number of Bahri’s fleet to 91 vessels including 44 VLCCs.Built by Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI), the 300,000 dwt carrier features a length of 330 meters and a width of 60 meters. It is part of the ten VLCCs Bahri ordered from the South Korean company in May 2015 in line with the Saudi conglomerate’s strategic long-term maritime growth and expansion plan.“Qamran has renewed our resolve to revolutionize the maritime industry through diversified and innovative solutions designed to meet various needs in the market. More importantly, it has further bolstered Bahri’s capability to continue our support to the Kingdom’s ambitious initiatives such as the Saudi Vision 2030, and contribute to the country’s efforts to reinforce its pre-eminent position as a strategic regional hub and logistics gateway across continents,” Abdullah Aldubaikhi, CEO of Bahri, commented.last_img read more