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Biology, Deceit & Security in the Internet of Things

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Brian.Dean
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Brian.Dean   10/25/2014 2:37:20 PM
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Great thought provoking article. I am accustomed to the 50 billion devices by 2020 figure from Gartner. However, 1 trillion is not too large of a figure based on different methods of measurement. I take that these devices will not be offering a uniform economic value across the board and hence, the security (or cost of security) deployed on each type of device will not be the same. For example, the brain is protected by the immune system but it has extra protection in the form of a skull -- other organs do not have the same level of protection.

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ccorbj   10/19/2014 3:14:46 PM
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@docdivakar - thanks, and I'm sure we'll get a chance to meet up at once of the conferences or the next user group!

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docdivakar   10/19/2014 1:33:59 PM
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Fantastic article...  I will have to come back later for more comments after fully digesting what Bernard is conveying in this detailed article. It already made my Sunday morning on the Web worthwhile.

Bernard, I unfortunately did not stay the whole day at the inaugural Atrenta World this month at Levi Stadium Santa Clara; would have been nice to meet you in person.

MP Divakar

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