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Government IoT security enforcement may be on the way

Government IoT security enforcement may be on the way

With IoT technology rapidly advancing, the UK government is looking to stay ahead of the curve and ensure its security before it’s continuing deployment across industries. A recent update revealed that it would be setting up a new regulatory body to enforce IoT...

Angoka named in Northern Ireland Tech 50 List

Angoka named in Northern Ireland Tech 50 List

Angoka are honoured to have been ranked in the top 5 of Business Cloud’s Northern Ireland Tech 50 list. Ranked through a combination of expert judges and public voting, Angoka came fourth in out of a very competitive shortlist. We are pleased to be recognised as one...

Autonomous vehicles looking within reach after successful C-V2X trial

Autonomous vehicles looking within reach after successful C-V2X trial

An automotive and telecommunications consortium, known as the Connected Vehicle-to-Everything of Tomorrow (ConVeX) consortium, have successfully trialled a connected vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) system. The consortium is formed of organisations including Audi,...

MedTech is scaling fast – but so are vulnerabilities

MedTech is scaling fast – but so are vulnerabilities

The prevalence of MedTech – or technology having to do with medicine and health – has skyrocketed as providers are looking for new ways to serve patients remotely or to improve their quality of care. These concerns have understandably heightened during the Covid-19...

Securing Smart Cities

Securing Smart Cities

Smart Cities are a growing phenomenon – harnessing technology to optimise urban functions. According to the IDC, by 2023 cities will have spent $189 billion on smart technologies for these purposes. Smart City initiatives hold a lot of potential for improving much of...

Using the NIS Directive to heighten your cybersecurity posture

Using the NIS Directive to heighten your cybersecurity posture

The NIS Directive is now two years old – so it’s a good time to check in with your organisation to ensure compliance and to revisit your organisation’s current cybersecurity measures. Like GDPR, the NIS Directive is an EU regulation that was implemented in UK law, and...

5G to have a massive impact on autonomous vehicles

5G to have a massive impact on autonomous vehicles

As 5G networks continue to be rolled out worldwide, the impact of increased connectivity will be huge. ABI Research predicts that there will be 41 million 5G-connected cars by 2030, equipped with cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) communication capabilities. Some...

Cyber in CAV Panel – Highlights

Cyber in CAV Panel – Highlights

Our CTO, Shadi A. Razak, recently participated in techUK’s Cyber in Connected Autonomous Vehicles event, bringing his wealth of expertise in cyber security and CAVs to an exciting and informative panel. The panel included Patricia La Torre (Humanising Autonomy), Nick...

ANGOKA shortlisted for The Europas Awards 2020

ANGOKA shortlisted for The Europas Awards 2020

Angoka is pleased to announced that we have been shortlisted for ‘Hottest SpaceTech Startup’ in The Europas Awards. In addition to being recognised, we have also been invited to pitch our innovative secure communications solutions on Monday, 8 June. Our CTO, Shadi A....

Autonomous Vehicles Could Prevent Serious Accidents

Autonomous Vehicles Could Prevent Serious Accidents

Researchers at Cranfield University have developed a project using AI and vehicle-to-vehicle communications designed to minimise deadly traffic accidents. With autonomous vehicles connected within a network, allowing for ongoing communication and cooperation,...

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