"Internet of Things" Articles

451 Research Reports on Neustar’s Strategy to Integrate the Universe of IoT

Tomás Hernandez
by Tomás Hernandez April 8th, 2016
451 Research Reports on Neustar’s Strategy to Integrate the Universe of IoT

Running through every step of Neustar’s evolution as a company has been a single, common thread: our expertise as a neutral, authoritative provider of massively scaled identity registry services. Today, we see this foundation as a natural fit for yet another stage in our growth: developing registry services for the Internet of Things (IoT). Analyst group 451 Research recently took a close look at our strategy in this area and presented their findings in a report. Read Full Article

Opportunists in the Woodwork: Security Exploits on the Internet of Things

Neustar Engineering
by Neustar Engineering February 17th, 2016
Opportunists in the Woodwork: Security Exploits on the Internet of Things

It is estimated that there will be some 212 billion IoT devices by the year 2020. The unfortunate reality is that with every great technological shift, there will be new avenues for abuse, theft, and mischief. In fact, there are new exploits that are already impacting the Internet of Things and shaping the strategies of cyber attacks against it. Read Full Article

Big Data: Insightful or Exclusionary?

Tomás Hernandez
by Tomás Hernandez February 8th, 2016
Big Data: Insightful or Exclusionary?

When it comes to information for and about consumers, is big data everything it promises to be? And do we all have the potential to benefit equally from the insights derived from that data? In an effort to answer these questions, the Federal and Trade Commission (FTC) recently investigated the advantages and risks to consumers of using big data. Read Full Article

In 2016—and Beyond—It’ll Be All About the Data

Tomás Hernandez
by Tomás Hernandez January 6th, 2016
In 2016—and Beyond—It’ll Be All About the Data

Late in 2015, an announcement was made that raised very little fanfare in the mainstream media: Google was open-sourcing its artificial intelligence (AI) engine, TensorFlow. The move might be seen as just another example of the search giant’s championing universal access to innovative source code. But underneath the surface the implications are far more reaching. Read Full Article

Thought Leaders in the Internet of Things: Who Are They, What Are They Saying?

Tomás Hernandez
by Tomás Hernandez December 9th, 2015
Thought Leaders in the Internet of Things: Who Are They, What Are They Saying?

It should no surprise by now that talk about the Internet of Things is all the rage. movers and shakers—in this case, influencers who are leading the global conversation about the Internet of Things. Who are they and what are they talking about? Neustar recently collaborated with social research firm Leadtail to answer those questions, by examining how experts on the Internet of Things are leveraging social media to explore its full potential. Read Full Article