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Three Ethical Hacking Myths from IEEE Innovation at Work

Three Ethical Hacking Myths

A recent report conducted by Lloyd’s of London predicts that a worldwide cyber attack could result in approximately $53 billion of economic losses, an amount similar to the costs from U.S. Superstorm Sandy in 2012 (Reuters, 2017). In light of this figure and the rise ...
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Self-driving cars are the future of transportation

Why Your Children Might Never Drive

Your children might never drive. Despite the initial shock factor this statement elicits, it doesn’t take long for the truth to sink in. For those that have already learned how to drive, it may be difficult to imagine relinquishing this freedom. But the reality is ...
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Extend battery life in your wearable with Wake-Up Radio from IEEE

Can You Extend Battery Life in Your Wearable?

Wearables have taken the accessory market by storm. Gone are the days of wearing a simple analog watch that only tells the time; at least not when you can get one that tracks your steps, monitors your heart rate, syncs with apps on your smart ...
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Six IOT Benefits You'll Enjoy from IEEE Innovation at Work

6 Ways You’ll Directly Benefit from the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to have an impact on our personal and professional lives. Some IOT benefits are subtle, but others are impossible to miss. Whether you’re already an IoT guru or barely a novice, below are six ways you will directly benefit ...
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Do the Benefits of Artificial Intelligence Outweigh the Risks? from IEEE Innovation at Work

Do the Benefits of Artificial Intelligence Outweigh the Risks?

To some, the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in today’s modern society stirs up memories of the film adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, eliciting both awe and horror. To others, the developments in AI spark a fascination and excitement for the possibilities limited only by ...
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Protecting Medical Devices from Cyber Criminals

The Prescription Healthcare Needs Now: Stronger Cyber Security

If anyone in healthcare technology was feeling sleepy earlier this year, now they must be wide awake. The WannaCry and NotPetya attacks that struck multiple hospitals and healthcare systems within the past few months serve as glaring warnings of the growing cyber threat landscape, along ...
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5 ways the Internet of Things is transforming the agriculture

Five Ways the IoT is Transforming Agriculture

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been called the next industrial revolution, and the agricultural sector is already on board. Farmers are looking to innovative technological solutions to meet the rising food demands of a growing population (Meola, 2016). Below are five ways the IoT ...
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How Smart is Your Smart Home? from IEEE Continuing and Professional Education

How Smart is your Smart Home?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly cropping up all around us, especially on the smart home front. Voice assistants responding to your verbal requests or smart phones serving as all-in-one remote controls over various home devices are only the first rays of this dawning ...
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5 Lessons Learned from Recent Cyber Attacks

Five Lessons Learned from Recent Cyber Attacks

Cyber attacks are happening more often and becoming more severe. The recent WannaCry and NotPetya attacks have taught us several important lessons to keep in mind as we look to improve our own cybersecurity defenses:

  1. The threats weren’t necessarily new. Attacks similar to WannaCry ...
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