Connected Nation Series
IoTAA publishes IoT security, safety and privacy guides
“Plain language” tips cover design, sourcing and management of IoT technology.
Australian company sees market for COVID-19 contact tracing tool for businesses
Learn how it's adapting indoor tracking technology for the fight against COVID-19.
Government proposes up to five years jail for unlawful use of COVIDSafe data
Unveils COVIDSafe contact tracing app bill.
Major Australian IoT providers fund COVID-19 discussion hub
As focus increases on use of real-time data to combat crises.
Government releases draft IoT security code, IoTAA calls for product cert
The IoTAA wants clear indication that products conform to the Australian Government's new draft voluntary IoT Code of Practice.
Sidewalk Toronto's master plan raises urgent concerns about data privacy
The proposed Quayside neighbourhood in Toronto will collect data from individuals in public spaces, but getting consent is a tricky issue.
Farms create lots of data, but farmers don't control where it ends up and who can use it
Australian agricultural industries need to urgently address issues such as data sharing protocols and governance arrangements.
Smart speakers are everywhere - and they're listening to more than you think
Machines that listen – such as Google Home – are now more common, but the technology can ‘hear’ so much more than just our voice commands.
Privacy flaws of smart home devices revealed
Meta data and traffic patterns enough capture very private details, researchers say.
Regulators warn of poor IoT privacy practices
What Australian IoT suppliers can learn from privacy report.
Balancing IoT security and open connectivity
Industry executive explains how to provide a seamless and safe consumer experience.
Workplace wearables bring privacy to IoT
Why open communication is the key to success.
AVG unveils security management platform
For home and personal IoT networks.
Australian IT workers wary of IoT security
Consumer users of smart devices far more confident.