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ANGOKA selected for Plug and Play’s Smart Cities programme

ANGOKA selected for Plug and Play’s Smart Cities programme

  ANGOKA has been selected for Plug and Play’s Smart Cities Summer Batch, joining 15 other companies in the Mobility vertical. The programme will be run remotely out of Plug and Play’s Silicon Valley office, concluding in mid-June with their Summer Summit event....

ANGOKA featured in Digital DNA’s Top 100

ANGOKA featured in Digital DNA’s Top 100

ANGOKA is pleased to have been featured in Digital DNA’s Top 100 Tech Companies in Northern Ireland this year. The list, which highlights the best innovative start-ups in Northern Ireland, showcases the diversity of technologies, industries and solutions that can be...

The Increasing Cybersecurity Threat on Smart Cities

The Increasing Cybersecurity Threat on Smart Cities

The past few years have seen an increase in IoT and Smart devices across sectors, leading to a boom in actionable data that will undoubtedly change the way we live forever. From heightened manufacturing outputs to reduced traffic and pollution to increased fitness...

Securing drones beyond the visual line of sight must be a priority

Securing drones beyond the visual line of sight must be a priority

Last summer, a drone being used for demonstration flights entered Gatwick Airport’s airspace, lost control and subsequently crashed. Especially following the drone incidents that effectively shut down Gatwick’s operations for several days in December 2018, concerns...

ANGOKA CEO featured in Innovation Martlesham Podcast

ANGOKA CEO featured in Innovation Martlesham Podcast

ANGOKA's CEO Yuri Andersson was recently interviewed for Innovation Martlesham's podcast series. The conversation focused on ANGOKA's ongoing projects and activities in IoT security, as well as the importance of securing Smart Mobility and Smart Cities. Check out the...

IoT-powered supply chains offer efficiency and vulnerabilities alike

IoT-powered supply chains offer efficiency and vulnerabilities alike

The Internet of Things revolution is happening across industries, affecting consumers and businesses alike. As IoT devices are increasingly used to optimise supply chains, the level of risk inherent in manufacturing and logistics has risen. This is further complicated...

Securing manufacturing and industry of the future

Securing manufacturing and industry of the future

With the fourth Industrial Revolution – or Industry 4.0 – in full swing, it is important to consider the cybersecurity implications of the increase of digitalization in manufacturing and industry. IoT devices are becoming commonplace in factories, leading to increased...

The future of Smart Cities relies on a secure network backbone

The future of Smart Cities relies on a secure network backbone

As devices proliferate, there is increasing concern over the cybersecurity capabilities of every single device. This is no minor issue, and as previously manual or basic mechanisms become digitised, consumers and manufacturers alike must consider what the implications...

Singapore expands IoT cyber-readiness labelling programme

Singapore expands IoT cyber-readiness labelling programme

Singapore has announced that it will expand its existing programme to clarify the cybersecurity posture of consumer Smart devices. The initiative is the first of its kind in Asia, though other countries are following suit. The Cybersecurity Labelling Scheme was...

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