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Monday, November 27, 2017

Recorded Future on IoT

Recall we connected with Recorded Future some time ago to understand their visually oriented method to analyze and react to known and predicted external threats.    We sought to use it to help us think about external activity like competitors planned and possible actions.  These methods are used by the intelligence community.  Interesting thoughts about how IOT interacts with this.

AI, Robots, and Cyborgs — Inside IoT With Chris Poulin    By Amanda McKeon 

In this episode of the Recorded Future podcast we take a closer look at the Internet of Things (IoT). It’s a wide-ranging category, spanning everything from connected thermostats, refrigerators, and security cameras to industrial control systems, self-driving cars, and medical devices. It’s hardly an exaggeration to say that if a device has a power source, somebody is thinking up a way to connect it to the internet. And with that comes opportunities for improving our lives and the world we live in, as well as risks to our security and privacy.

Our guest this week is Chris Poulin. He’s a principal at Booz Allen Hamilton, where he leads the company’s Internet of Things security practice. ... " 

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