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NOTICE FROM SUPPLIERS Mobility & IoT: what about security in our ultra-connected world? Eva Chen, Trend Micro

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Eva Chen, Trend Micro

Time is running at a crazy speed in the field of technology. When Trend Micro has founded nearly 30 years ago, mobile phones were relatively difficult to use, disproportionately expensive and had a rather limited “intelligence”. They are now more powerful than the NASA devices that allowed humans to walk on the moon! Over the years, the mobility industry has experienced remarkable growth, as evidenced by the success of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.

The mobile has indeed become the epicenter of the connected world. More than ever, smartphones – and connected objects (IoT) – impact every aspect of our daily lives. But in this increasingly connected digital world, new risks are emerging. Only connected intelligence can help build a safer connected world.

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A world dominated by data

Connected objects surround us. They govern our hobbies, make us more productive at work, happier and healthier. They contribute to the smooth running of our factories, streamline work processes and optimize the various services provided.

The Gartner estimates that 20.4 million objects connected to the planet by 2020. But these generate an astronomical amount of data.

Risks are everywhere

The connected world in which we live is, however, increasingly exposed to cyber threats. We see it in many areas:

– The smart home: The Mirai botnet has compromised mass connected devices to launch DDoS attacks that have had a major impact on the Internet in 2016. Everything related to the home, from baby phones to connected locks, can be impacted.
– Smart factories: Hackers have also targeted connected objects within factories and critical infrastructures. The latest example is the attack of a Ukrainian energy supplier whose hundreds of thousands of users suffered a breakdown in December 2015 and 2016. A Trend Micro study just revealed how the cities of ‘Are particularly vulnerable to potential attacks.
– Connected cars: Researchers have also repeatedly shown that unprotected connected vehicles can be hacked, with far-reaching consequences, with hackers being able to take remote control of the steering wheel, brakes or engine.

The recipe for success

It is becoming increasingly difficult to protect the growing number of connected devices. Buggy codes, open network ports, bad authentication, undetected files, usage changes, insecure network protocols … all this represents an additional challenge. Fortunately, there is a solution. The recipe for success is based on three points: anticipate the evolution of infrastructures towards the Cloud, connected objects, and 5G; integrate the change in user behavior, and protect against all threats.

It will not be easy. The two historically separate worlds of IT and OT are rapidly converging into the IoT sphere, exposing companies and their employees to new risks – while the industry faces a shortage of cybersecurity skills. Success, however, will depend on the choice of security based on intelligence connected to all levels of IoT: hardware (home appliance, industrial machine, connected car); the network; the control center (voice assistance, ICS, Cloud controller); and the “data analyzer” in the cloud.

In practice, this means: guard against machine vulnerabilities; be vigilant about the network inspection; strengthen systems at the control center level and protect servers in the cloud. More importantly, this approach must be accompanied by connected intelligence that collects data from millions of IoT sensors around the world, analyzing them in the cloud, then blacklisting and blocking connections from suspicious devices. Artificial intelligence also has an important role to play here: finding the needle in the haystack, ie suspicious scenarios that may herald future attacks within IoT data.

In order to stay ahead of the hackers, it is therefore essential to ensure data security and the proper functioning of key systems by relying on the power of connected intelligence and strong partnerships between major players. Of the industry.

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Eva Chen is CEO and co-founder of Trend Micro

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OPPO ColorOS 6.0 officially announced lighter UI

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OPPO ColorOS was officially announced yesterday afternoon after the 5th Anniversary Celebration in Shenzhen under the name of the event “5different”.

according to Oppo, ColorOS brings a huge bunch of new features after it has been experienced 13 version updates and 250 million users from 140coutries with nonstop searching core technologies by improving localization services and delivering a better user experience around the world.

At this exhibition, OPPO officially declared the ColorOS 6.0 system.

And for the ColorOS 6.0 system, OPPO proposed a bezel-less aesthetic concept based on the large screen where have been using a lot of lighter and white techniques to create a hight space level interface, in the OPPO ColorOS 6.0 design was own a unique information density on the page where its lessened where it gives a feeling of such as breathing and refreshing.
OPPO Says that even though the interface has been simplified they keep the hierarchical relationship without any confusion and more careful and precise. and It was more elegant and comfortable than the old versions.

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Furthermore OPPO has made a new Chinese Font (character library) by corporation with Hanyi (Known domestic font manufacturer) , OPPO Sans now becomes more modern simple and neat and five words in total are expected to be officially next year where OPPO ColorOS 6.0 will reach the users.

As well OPPO revealed some performance features like the overall power consumption that will reduced by 7% and OPPO developed a new AI application for quick freeze that will kill the apps in the background smartly after 15 days after intelligent learning and exploration as well as the AI model that exactly meets the user usage habits and smoothly harmonizes the usage behavioral predictions.

Meanwhile, Xiaomi Redmi 6 note Pro has been reviewed by Webmains Tech here.

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Save $230 with the Vive Pro Starter Kit and Accessory Bundle

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VIVE Pro Starter kit is only about $ 1.000 to dive into the reality the world of VR with VIVE Starter Kit with a high-fidelity visuals , optimized ergonomics and Hi-Res soundstage with a fully immersive experience between the real world and virtual, Comfortably designed by engineers to be placed comfortably on your face, slide the strap over your hands and here you ready to dive in the magic.

VIVE Pro unlike other any other with enhanced optics detects every detail,

  • 2880 x 1600
    615 PPI
  • 37%
    PPI Increase
  • 78%
    Pixel Increase

Fully immersive that able to precise 360 degrees of realistic graphics and movements, actions in the virtual world: here is some specifications :

CONTROLLER SPECS
    • SteamVR Tracking
    • Multifunction trackpad, Grip buttons, dual-stage trigger, a System button, Menu button
    • Micro-USB charging port
HEADSET SPECS
    • Dual AMOLED 3.5″ diagonal
    • 1440 x 1600 pixels per eye (2880 x 1600 pixels combined)
    • 90 Hz
    • 110 degrees
    • Hi-Res certificate headset
    • Hi-Res certificate headphone (removable)
    • High impedance headphone support
    • Integrated microphones
    • USB-C 3.0, DP 1.2, Bluetooth
    • SteamVR Tracking, G-sensor, gyroscope, proximity, IPD sensor
    • Eye relief with lens distance adjustment
    • Adjustable IPD
    • Adjustable headphone
    • Adjustable head strap

Meanwhile,

VIVE PRO STARTER KIT VR SYSTEM INCLUDES
    • Headset cable (attached)
    • Face cushion (attached)
    • Cleaning cloth
    • Earphone hole cap x 2
    • Documentation
    • Power adapter
    • DisplayPort™ cable
    • USB 3.0 cable
    • Mounting Pad
    • Base station power adapter x 2
    • Power adapter x 2
    • Micro-USB cable x 2
    • Lanyard x 2

here is the Save $230 with the Vive Pro Starter Kit link

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Tesla Self-Driving Chip

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To build its own self-driving chips Tesla was announced after their second-quarter income report that Tesla is processing the creation of their own computer chips where Elon Musk revealed last December, this isn’t something new but,

Musk says that the new silicon is faster than the old products that were made by NVIDIA, in which he explained that the old ones are only able to deal with 200 frames per second from the cameras around the car, unlike the new Tesla Chip where will be able to handle about 2,000 frames per second…

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Tesla Motors Inc. Tests Self-Driving Technology

This isn’t going to make a big impact on NVIDIA, they say the sales where small and it’s not going to have a material impact.

Tesla says there will be some safety improvements to in Autopilot will come soon, with software V9.0. it will be the beginning of what the company calls it “on-ramp to off-ramp” driving, where the car handles lane changes on the freeway automatically.

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