Linux Foundation Aims to Secure Internet of Things

    Date12 Dec 2013
    CategoryLatest News
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    Posted ByAlex
    The Internet of Things could herald a bold new era of pervasive connectivity and it could also be the harbinger of a coming zombie toaster apocalypse. One of the ways the Internet of Things could be secured is by way of the new Linux Foundation AllSeen Alliance project, which was announced today. The Qualcom Alljoyn framework is at its core of AllSeen, which enables a more seamless approach to device interoperability and connectivity. Rob Chandhok, president, Qualcomm Connected Experiences, explained to eSecurity Planet that the AllJoyn approach is also a more secure approach for the Internet of Things.
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