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Bojanova I.,University of Maryland University College | Hurlburt G.,STEMCorp | Voas J.,IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Today, the Internet of Things. Tomorrow, the Internet of Everything. Beyond that, perhaps, the Internet of Anything-a radically super-connected ecosystem where questions about security, trust, and control assume entirely new dimensions. © 2014 IEEE. Source

Hurlburt G.F.,STEMCorp | Bojanova I.,University of Maryland University College
IT Professional

The new world of mobile devices offers reasonable likelihood that virtual currency will prevail on a global scale. Currently, the bitcoin crypto-currency model appears to be a forerunner. Bitcoin, a highly disruptive technology, has both supporters and detractors. Nonetheless, in concert with other trends, some form of virtual currency, even if a successor to bitcoin, appears to have a path forward. Virtual currencies will likely gain in stature as other novel, unspecified, and disruptive innovations take hold in a world of increasingly autonomous systems. This department is part of a special issue on mobile commerce. © 1999-2012 IEEE. Source

Hurlburt G.,STEMCorp | Bojanova I.,University of Maryland University College | Sobel A.,University of Miami | Crosby K.,Tri Guard Risk Solutions Ltd.

How secure is "secure enough," and how private is "private enough"? At age 25, the Internet offers unprecedented potential for both liberty and protection, but can easily breed lawlessness and oppression - blurring the line between safety and simple prying. © 2014 IEEE. Source

Hurlburt G.,STEMCorp

Given that no system is completely immune from attack, cybersecurity advances, while important, should take a backseat to improving human awareness of security risks. An objective, consensus-based rating system is one means to achieve this end. © 1970-2012 IEEE. Source

Hurlburt G.,STEMCorp | Bojanova I.,University of Maryland University College | Berezdivin R.,Catapult
IT Professional

The adoption of various converging trends in IT, such as cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), crypto-currency, autonomous systems, and big data, challenge traditional notions of program management and highlight the importance of computational networks. © 1999-2012 IEEE. Source

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