Why 98% of IoT traffic is unencrypted

98 percent of IoT Traffic is unencrypted . When I read that statistic – published by Palo Alto Networks in their Unit 42 2020 Threat report – I should have been shocked, says Mike Nelson,VP of IoT Security at DigiCert. Last year, a Z-Scaler report said something similar: That 91% of …

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A Complete Guide to Collaborative Leadership

You likey have a strong interest in becoming a better leader. Maybe you just scored your first management position, and you’re looking for an edge to help you climb the corporate ladder at your company. Maybe you own your own business and you want to learn a few techniques that …

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From Zelda to Civ to Frostpunk—can climate change be fun?

In case you thought climate catastrophe was a new thing for video games, remember Wind Waker kicks off due to the Great Flood, right? In 2011’s Fate of the World—which leveraged genuine scientific research to build its story—players lead the international organization in charge of managing social, technological and environmental …

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3 Questions Our New Facebook Grader Can Help You Answer

If you’ve been following this blog, you’ve seen us talking a lot this spring about what’s changed as a result of COVID-19. The economy has changed. Online advertising has changed. For most industries, the marketplace has changed. Your business goals have probably changed. But in terms of running a small …

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Transforming Supply Chain Management with IoT

Illustration: © IoT For All IoT can greatly enhance supply chain management and associated processes. Some of the biggest difficulties revolve around knowing the quality and location of assets throughout supply chain processes. Leveraging sensors that provide the real-time location, temperature, motion, g-force, and other important data can transform a …

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