I note that there is no mention of making sure that there is high security being built into the devices especially considering where they are to be deployed.
This should be the first thing thought about.
Networking folk Cambridge Wireless (CW) have been picked to deliver the Cambridge arm of IoTUK Boost, a government plan to pour taxpayers’ cash into Internet of Things startups. The scheme focuses on entrepreneurs and SMEs using low power, wide area networks (LPWANs) for connecting remote IoT sensors. Cambridge itself already …
You hit the nail on the head!
I was reading along, enjoying myself, expecting to see "Yes, we will make secure IoT a priority, and have a licensed testing board, like the UL for power in the US, and make these devices secure and usefull. A win for all!" and never got there.
oh well, more bots for me... I mean; those "Nasty Hackers™!"
Primary prevention of ill health in older people using IoT?
Apply a smart tatoo of a rose to all 30 year olds, as they get closer to fifty it will turn darker and eventually black at fifty. Whereupon it will broadcast a 'kill me' signal to the farty police, at the same time it will pipe 24/7 noe direction music interspersed with Justin Bebe directly to the aural centre of the brain, if the farty police don't get them they will commit suicide soon enough.
No old people, no ill health in them.
I'm 65 but I don't live in the UK let alone Cambridge.
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