Month: May 2016
Hypersocket Software is pleased to announce that the team of security experts will be exhibiting at Infosecurity Europe 2016 from 7th – 9th June at stand K68.
We’ll be showcasing our new suite of solutions at the show, our unique hybrid VPN for secure remote access to mission-critical applications and data. Our flexible Single Sign-On solutions, for seamless access to cloud and on-premise applications and our SSH Gateway, for managing, monitoring and administration of hundreds of SSH servers all from a central place.
Alongside this we will be on-hand to discuss all of the solutions, Nervepoint Access Manager, the first virtual password self-service solution and our exclusive SSH API’s used by countless fortune 500 companies.
The Hypersocket Software suite of products is built on the Hypersocket framework (HSF), an open source project that enables rapid development of web-based applications with complete role-based access and fine-grained permissions.
This allows for all our products to work seamlessly together, providing integrated identity management and remote access solutions.Read More
The positive effects of IoT in the healthcare industry are undeniable, and by some accounts, staggering. The development of life-changing technology for homes, hospices, healthcare clinics, and hospitals is rampant. IoT in healthcare is a fire that grows uncontrollably, inspiring companies like Philips, best known for personal hygiene, to create an entire healthcare subsidiary dedicated to pioneering new generations of medical sensors.
“Phillips recently created a pillbox that pops open when it’s time to take your meds, and sends a message to, say, a family member or nurse confirming that you’ve taken them.” – The Globe and Mail
Of all of the cutting-edge technologies associated with healthcare, IoT appears to be taking the lead. There’s little wonder why. On the operational side, a recent Accenture Technology study revealed that IoT increases innovation and production, potentially altering the organizational landscape of most companies. In fact, the tiny sensors of IoT are one of the key ingredients in Phillips’ seemingly magic pillbox. They are used not only to determine when to pop the box open, but also who and how to contact a nurse or loved one.
We all know that fitness trackers like the Jawbone and even Apple Watch are everywhere. What most of us often fail to realize is these are forms of health IoT. What is also not commonly known is that not only are these devices measuring heartrates and sleeping patterns but they’re also being integrated with insurance providers for participant discounts. According to a recent article by The Globe and Mail, John Hancock is offering 15 percent off premiums for participants that allow them access to this type of data. And that is happening right now.Read More