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A New Beginning — TrustPoint Innovation Joining the ETAS Team

David MacFarlane and Sherry Vanstone Shaking Hands

This morning we shared some exciting news that TrustPoint Innovation will be acquired by ETAS Canada, a subsidiary of the Bosch Group. This merger will …

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October Round Up of News That Proves Trust Is the Point

Blue Lock

October IoT Roundup: DDoS Predictions Fulfilled, We Look to Medical Devices Next …

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Is Your Device Participating in a DDoS Attack?

Soldiers Marching

The Internet of Things is poised to become an enormous $11 trillion-dollar industry, if it doesn't become a liability for enterprises and …

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September Round Up of News That Proves Trust Is the Point

Blue Lock

Speaking at the Security of Things forum in Cambridge, Robert Silvers of Homeland Security made a strong case for securing ourselves now instead of …

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TrustPoint Innovation Top 20

CIX Top 20 Announced

TrustPoint Innovation recognized as one of the 20 Most Innovative Companies in Canada

We're proud to announce that we've been selected as part of the Canadian Innovation Exchange 2016 Top 20 program…

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V2V Security Myths Debunked

Google's self driving car driving between orange cones on a test course.

Would you feel comfortable riding in a driverless car? Groups that identify as The New America Foundation and Public Knowledge requested an emergency …

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August Round Up of News That Proves Trust Is the Point

Blue Lock

DEF CON held its 24th convention this August, highlighting the ever-growing cost of implementing security as an afterthought—and new executive survey data shows that security is becoming the number-one technological priority for businesses. …

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Don't Miss Your Chance to Win Tickets to See Bella Electric Strings and Mimi Carew

Benefit Concert

On September 17, 2016, Bella Electric Strings and Mimi Carew will rock the Milton Centre for the Arts. Expect an evening of thrilling music …

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July Round Up of News that Proves Trust is the Point

Blue Lock

It seems that many people have a blind faith when it comes to their devices. What will it take to get people to take IoT security seriously? …

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June Round Up of News that Proves Trust is the Point

Blue Lock

Whether we purchase devices on our own or just venture out into the world, the Internet of Things will have an impact on our lives. In many ways, these devices will improve how we run our cities …

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May Round Up of News that Proves Trust is the Point

Blue Lock

The Internet of Things is expected to grow dramatically in just a few short years. According to a recent report by Gartner Group, we can expect to see 21 billion connected devices by 2020. The market value …

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April Round Up of News that Proves Trust Is The Point

Blue Lock

IoT security issues are becoming more and more common. Every new survey seems to reveal that consumers are wary about the connected …

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Taking Self-Driving Cars One Step at a Time

If you haven't seen the YouTube video of the 70-year-old woman behind the wheel of a self-driving Tesla, take a look. She's clearly not ready for …

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March Round Up of News that Proves Trust Is The Point

Blue Lock

The issues with IoT security are so widespread that most articles that focus on how the Internet of Things will change our lives also give attention …

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News that Proves Trust is the Point

IoT is making a lot of waves — with promises of more and more connected devices coming out over the next 10 years. With the number of stories …

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Security: An Essential Part of Automotive Product Development

The NAIAS in Detroit, Michigan is the largest car show in the world. Just a month away, the show promises to unveil the latest models and the newest …

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Raising Awareness One Hack at a Time

Devices that connect to the Internet are susceptible to hacking. The latest security breach came out this week as VTech confirmed that the data of …

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Consumers Need to Take Charge to Demand Better Security

After surviving a harrowing experience at the wheel of a hacked vehicle, WIRED journalist Andy Greenberg shared his insight in to what can be …

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Preparing for the Future of Transportation

Advancements in connected and autonomous vehicle technology has led to widespread expectations that our roads will change dramatically in the next …

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Ontario is the First Province to Welcome Driverless Car Testing

Google Driverless Car

Ontario is the first province in Canada to remove restrictions that will allow for testing driverless vehicles on provincial roads and highways …

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Self-Driving Cars and “Learning” Computers: Securing the Future of Transportation

So often when we discuss the Internet of Things, automated machines, and integrating the Internet into every facet of our everyday lives, we focus …

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IoT Security in the Home

As more and more household products are developed with Internet integration in mind, the shift towards an all-connected “Internet of Things” …

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IBM Seals Deal With ARM Holdings

In another major shift for IoT development, news broke recently that IBM has signed a deal with ARM Holdings, a British company that designs …

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Automobile Hacking: Should You Be Concerned?

If you've bought a car manufactured in the past few years, chances are high that it will utilize between 20 and 70 computers, all with their own …

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IoT and Industry: Tailoring Production for the Future

While there has been a marked focus on Internet of Things technologies applied to everyday household products (and related concerns on the …

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Tesla Motors Announces 70 kWh Model S for $70k

Further maintaining its position as a leader in the electric auto industry, Tesla Motors introduced its 70 kWh Model S on July 17, 2015. As CEO Elon …

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IC3 Releases Warning on IoT Security

The IC3 (Internet Crime Complaint Center), a division of the FBI, released a public service announcement on September 11, 2015, regarding …

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Can the Internet of Things Grow Without Trust?

How much information are we giving away?

The Internet of Things. Five years ago very few people had heard of the concept. Despite the fact that the term is now commonly used …

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IoT Funding in North America

Every great idea needs an investment to get it off the ground. Whether it is funding through the private or public sectors, these sectors should be …

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My Experience at the Canadian Connected Car Technology Roadshow

From June 15–19, 2015, sixteen connected-car companies from Canada travelled to Silicon Valley near San Francisco to meet with the top automotive …

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The Rise of the Planet of the Smartwatch

Ten years ago the general population thought wearable technologies were unnecessary and, to some, downright scary. Fast forward only a couple years …

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Amazing IoT Devices For Home

More and more IoT devices are playing a great role in the business world. A growing number of IoT devices are now available for the home and promise to …

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Taylor Swift: Shaking Off Counterfeits in China

Taylor Swift has long held a passionate stance on the protection of intellectual property in the music industry, and is not afraid to stand up for …

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Privacy and IoT Security

As our world becomes more entwined with the internet, we risk laying bare our personal lives for the world. This isn't some futuristic fear either; we …

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Your Worst Driving Nightmare: Security Flaws in New Vehicles Now Top Priority

Driving down a highway in your new vehicle, there would be nothing more terrifying than to cross paths with a careless driver or unavoidable obstacle …

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Amazing Features to Expect in Tesla's Driverless Cars

In the booming age of technology, we are constantly adapting to new and exciting inventions that improve our quality of life. One of the newest …

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What Your 2025 Commute Will Look Like

The daily monotony is all too familiar for those of you who commute. When considering just how long we spend stuck in traffic, it becomes less an …

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Government Officials and Device Security

Government officials need their electronic devices to be secure. Blackberry security has recently come under scrutiny from Shafiq Qaadri, a Liberal MPP

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How Smart Cars Will Make Roads Safer

According to the United States Department of Transportation's National Center for Statistics and Analysis, 2.4 million vehicle-related injuries occurred …

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Health Care Privacy in the World of IoT

What if your most intimate secrets were exposed to the world? The possibility of health care privacy breaches in the new era of the Internet of Things …

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IoT Security and Government Agencies

Are government agencies keeping up with technological advancements? The expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) has created numerous possibilities for …

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A Lesson from Recent Security Breaches: Default Settings

Technology can make life simpler and easier. But you need to know how to use it properly; otherwise, the potential dangers technology can pose are real …

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IKEA and the Connected Kitchen

IKEA has a newfound set of ideas for their version of the Kitchen of 2025. They call this vision the “Concept Kitchen”, and have recently shared their …

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The Internet of Things: How Secure is it?

The Internet of Things is here to stay. There will only be more devices, not less, that are connecting to your network in the future. Unfortunately, the …

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Internet of Things 101: Everything you need to know about the Internet of Things

By now, most of us know what a smartphone is. In all likelihood, you have your own iPhone or Android that you are constantly interacting with. Simply put …

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Canadian technology to be used to provide the security for V2V Communications for Crash Avoidance

In mid-July of this year, President Obama was speaking at a federal highway research facility in Northern Virginia about the development and testing of …

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