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The internet of things will soon account for more than half of the world’s connected devices. Georgia Tech researchers are working to ensure IOT security, fuse large IOT data streams, and provide necessary connectivity.
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Cybersecurity researchers have discovered vulnerabilities in the backend systems that feed content and advertising to smartphone applications.
Hackers could gridlock whole cities by stalling out a limited percentage of self-driving and other connected vehicles.
The Georgia Institute of Technology has named James J. Hudgens to be the new director of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), Georgia Tech’s applied research division.
A new technique could one day help prevent hackers from sabotaging electric power substations and other critical infrastructure.
A control system simulator for a chemical processing plant could help train operators on security measures.
Cybersecurity researchers have helped close a side channel security vulnerability in popular encryption software.
Georgia Tech has received a $12.8 contract award to accelerate detection of network infections.
Researchers are creating a connected new world through the internet of things.
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