As generative AI models grow more sophisticated, they present increasing risks.
NIST’s cybersecurity guidelines for IoT prescribe desired outcomes, rather than specific and 'brittle' standards.
But every device is a potential way into its network, and the recent explosion of IoT devices presents security risks.
January 24, 2021 –Internet of Things connected devices are inherently unsecure, said Scott Poretsky, director of security at Ericsson, speaking […]
October 5, 2020 — Germany has attempted to improve awareness of the potential degree of consumer harm that artificial intelligence […]
July 22, 2020 — In an executive session held Wednesday, the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation voted […]
WASHINGTON, June 19, 2019 – Smart cities and smart regions need better broadband, but also “soft infrastructure,” or the policies […]
WASHINGTON May 17, 2011- As part of National Small Business Week, the Federal Communications Commission assembled leading experts for a cybersecurity roundtable discussion on Monday and...
WASHINGTON, February 14, 2011 - A panel of representatives from T-Mobile, Echeleon and state and federal governments discussed the value of smart grid for consumers on...