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Peggy opens the show with a recap of news from the IoT World Forum in Chicago, especially looking at the need for a standardized platform and what are some of the obstacles keeping this from happening.
Peggy begins the show discussing a new report from the GSMA examining growth rates and predictions for M2M connections, a Berg Insight report on projections for fleet-management systems, and good days are ahead for embedded technologies.
Peggy Smedley talks about a report from the GSMA examining the U.S.’s role in the future of M2M, a Vodafone study of global M2M usage, and Berg Insight’s forecast on 3G and 4G technology.
Peggy Smedley discusses a survey regarding people’s thoughts about distracted-driving laws, how one attorney wants to broaden the definition of “electronic devices,” and the results of a Harris Poll involving driving behaviors.
Peggy Smedley discusses issues involving federal grant money designated for road safety which is going unused, and completes her discussion with Richard Harkness, CEO, ADEPT Driver.
Peggy Smedley gives the news on Toyota’s decision to focus on safety features instead of the autonomous car, and a Canadian police chief wants penalties for distracted driving to be stiffer than currently constituted.
Peggy Smedley tells of a deal involving General Motors adding safety features to new cars, a survey showing people think technology will be “copilots” in cars, and how a woman is lucky to be alive after a texting-and-driving accident.
Peggy Smedley discusses a law firm’s investigation into hackers attacking technology in older cars, positive effects distracted driving laws are having, and new laws and initiatives focused on younger drivers.
Peggy Smedley discusses data breaches at UPS and Community Health Systems, as well as how many U.S. organizations have encountered hacking troubles since the start of 2014.
Peggy Smedley discusses how a company can move up on Google’s search rankings, the problems with waiting to inform others of a security breach, and the importance of creating a secure password.
Peggy Smedley discusses three new pieces of legislation designed to bolster cybersecurity efforts and looks at a major data breach which affected more than 1 billion records and a half a billion email addresses.
Peggy Smedley discusses the chaos cyber attacks can create on the nation’s infrastructure and businesses, as well as the importance of education in battling this threat.
Lieutenant General James McLaughlin talks about the mission of the 24th Air Force, team work to accomplish the mission, and San Antonio’s becoming “Cyber City, USA.”
Peggy Smedley discusses Singapore’s new crowdfunding effort, what Jibo is, and how Jon Stewart plans to purchase CNN through Kickstarter.
Peggy Smedley addresses IBM’s partnership with Apple, TeenSafe’s program to help parents monitor their child’s mobile device, and a crowdfunding effort to set a record for “World’s Fastest Hot Tub.”