Navigating the Crossroads: The Intersection of IoT and Infrastructure in a Security-First World

IoT and Its Impact on Infrastructure and Governance

The Internet of Things (IoT) revolutionizes how governments, organizations, and citizens interact with the physical world. This wave of interconnected devices promises a transformative infrastructure and governmental operations shift. However as the reach of IoT grows, the implications — especially related to security — become even more profound.

An Internet of Things Demo Jam: Architecting the Scene

I believe that the Internet of Things (IoT) is a popular topic, in part, because its science-fiction becoming science-fact.  IoT promises all of the conveniences of “The Jetsons” without having to push buttons, while threatening to produce the surveillance states of “1984” or “Minority Report”.  Unfortunately, it most likely will give rise to the annoying doorways from Douglas Adam’s “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, that have micro-transactional charges per use and in-app purchases that “allow” the door to open after 5pm.  For our