Using AWS IoT Things Graph to Enable Hardware Integration

Original article was published by Fumiko Shinkawa on Artificial Intelligence on Medium

Using AWS IoT Things Graph to Enable Hardware Integration

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Using AWS IoT Things Graph to Enable Hardware Integration
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Five Things We’re Reading

1. Ttint is a new form of IoT botnet that also includes remote access tools-like (RAT) features, rarely seen in these types of botnets before. | ZDNet

2. A newly discovered botnet contains code that can wipe all data from infected systems, such as routers, servers, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. | ZDNet

3. Swarm’s new network of satellites is intended to provide low-bandwidth, low-power connectivity to “Internet of Things” devices all over the world, and the company just announced how much its technology will actually cost. | TechCrunch

4. Twilio, a service that lets developers access tools tied to phone networks, such as voice or text messaging, has unveiled an IoT platform that will handle security and connectivity for a set price over ten years. | Stacey on IoT

5. Microsoft announced it paid out $374,300 in bounties to researchers as part of a program to further solidify its Azure Sphere IoT security solution. | Virtualization Review

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