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Jacob
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Jacob   9/4/2014 4:27:45 AM
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"The Primary Point is education and Knowledge Sharing. We can share knowledge to and fro so that both partners gain expertise in this Growing Field."

Asish, knowledge dissemination is important.

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tech4people   9/2/2014 12:04:30 PM
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Jacob,

The Primary Point is education and Knowledge Sharing.

We can share knowledge to and fro so that both partners gain expertise in this Growing Field.

Without the right expertise in place;its very-very difficult to achieve much by way of progress and Development going forwards.

Regards

Ashish.

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Jacob   8/4/2014 2:41:26 AM
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"I second Susan. Encryption is indeed needed if we have a vague understanding of what we?re dealing with. Data encryption procedures have come a long way but we must not forget that the counter attack is also very powerful. Moreover, there will be many levels of encryption for an IOT network, and there would be powerful encryptions in device levels, that deal with data going out of coming in."

Anandvy, yes both are interrelated and tightly coupled. I mean both are complimenting each other.

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Jacob   8/4/2014 2:40:12 AM
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"Have to agree! Its a vibrant field where Change is the only constant. Have to roll with the punches here. No other way around it."

Asish, yes both are tightly coupled.

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Jacob   8/4/2014 2:39:09 AM
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"In all fairness its not all Pure Hype where the only folks gaining are the vendors. Consumers also have a lot to Gain if they plan this Change strategically in real-time Going ahead."

Asish, since customers are directly interacting with vendors and if vendors are not passing the same to customers; what the point?

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tech4people   7/31/2014 12:19:23 PM
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Jacob,

Have to agree!

Its a vibrant field where Change is the only constant.

Have to roll with the punches here.No other way around it.

 

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tech4people   7/31/2014 12:17:02 PM
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Jacob,

In all fairness its not all Pure Hype where the only folks gaining are the vendors.

Consumers also have a lot to Gain if they plan this Change strategically in real-time Going ahead.

 

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anandvy   7/30/2014 1:58:32 AM
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@Jacob: I second Susan. Encryption is indeed needed if we have a vague understanding of what we?re dealing with. Data encryption procedures have come a long way but we must not forget that the counter attack is also very powerful. Moreover, there will be many levels of encryption for an IOT network, and there would be powerful encryptions in device levels, that deal with data going out of coming in.

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anandvy   7/30/2014 1:57:56 AM
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@wale: Cyber security is as important as device security against hacks. The data can easily be manipulated on open neural networks and clouds. What we must not forget is that these devices are connected, and can be taken control of if there?s no good device security system available.

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Jacob   7/30/2014 1:10:33 AM
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"That is a fair and balanced statement to make. Cyber security is such a fast changing and constantly evolving field that one really has no clue where one will be a few days from now. That does'nt mean one should stop trying to put in place adequate security features does it? Even here in the IoT space one needs to apply the same logic and thinking as well. We may not get to 100% security but atleast it would better than nothing. Won't it?"

Asish, security is an ever green filed for both developers and hackers; irrespective of domain space. Both are playing well like a rat and cat play

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