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Aeris is the leader in IoT Communications. Here you can find white papers, case studies, webinars, and other information about how Aeris helped others with their connectivity needs and how we can help you with yours.

What the CrowdStrike outage means for enterprise IoT systems
Security | Blog

On July 19, 2024, an update to CrowdStrike software on Windows hosts caused a significant global IT outage. Although this was not a cyberattack, the effects were similarly disruptive. Reports say that airlines including Delta, American, RyanAir, and United Airlines are grounding flights due to communications issues related to the outage. Some electronic payment systems are down, preventing people from buying groceries.

Top 10 Strategies for Ensuring IoT Security
Security | Blog

As we approach 2024, the proliferation of connected devices is set to surpass 17 billion globally, a figure that underscores both the enormous potential and the significant challenges inherent in this technological revolution.

The Rise of Borderless IoT Networks
Connectivity | Blog

As the Internet of Things (IoT) is poised for explosive growth, with experts projecting a twofold increase in active devices by 2030, the need for reliable and seamless IoT connectivity has become paramount.

7 Steps to Reducing IoT Deployment Complexity
IoT Solutions | Blog

Are you ready to unlock the full potential of your IoT initiatives? Building successful IoT deployments can be challenging. But with the right strategies and partners, you can make your journey easier and achieve your goals for your connected solution.

What IoT developers need to know about the recent xz Utils attack
Security | Blog

On March 29, 2024, a software supply chain attack targeting the Linux operating systems was discovered by accident by an engineer working for Microsoft. The attack was named CVE-2024-3094, and it was given a severity score of 10.0, the highest rating. The attack involved the insertion of malicious code into open-source software called xz Utils which is commonly bundled with Linux distributions. The malicious code was a sort of back door that would have allowed remote code execution on the server.

Selecta Smarter Vending
IoT Solutions | Case Studies

Connected snack and beverage machines keep employee and client satisfaction full. Smarter vending machines, powered by cellular connectivity, are creating opportunities for office, retail, and public environments to enjoy refreshment-as-a-service.

Top 10 Corporate Cybersecurity Breaches of 2023
Fleet, Security | Blog

The year 2023 has witnessed yet another upsurge in cyber threats. Recent headlines such as the ransomware gang stealing a staggering 1.3TB of data from Sabre in September 2023 have underscored the inherent challenges in digital security. This article delves into the top corporate cybersecurity breaches of 2023, offering insights into the evolving threat landscape and underscoring the necessity for effective defense mechanisms.

The Countdown Begins: Mastering the SEC’s 2023 Cybersecurity Regulations
Security | Blog

With cyber threats growing in scale and sophistication, new SEC cybersecurity regulations set for December 18th will fundamentally reshape how we govern digital risk. These regulations are designed to bolster transparency and governance in how public companies handle cyber risks and incidents. This article delves into the intricacies of these regulations, outlining what they entail, the steps companies must take to comply, and the broader implications for the corporate landscape.

Otodata manufactures and sells ruggedized tank and storage level monitoring devices
IoT Solutions | Case Studies

Real-time tank level measuring increases efficiency and reduces costs. Regardless of location, tank levels, can be actively monitored via cellular connectivity, making maintaining and refilling more efficient and cost-effective.

Hidden Dangers Lurking in Cellular Connected IoT Devices
Security | Blog

An imminent threat might be going unnoticed in your cold chain operation: compromised cellular-connected IoT devices.

Three Ways to Reduce Cellular IoT Cybersecurity Risks
Security | Blog

Over the past few years, IoT devices and applications have become new targets for attackers. The ever-growing number of deployed devices, which are increasingly more intelligent than ever, provide targets that are far too easily exploitable. As devices become smarter, attackers are discovering new weaknesses that offer an opportunity for successful breaches.

How 5G Connectivity Will Transform the Automotive Industry
Automotive | Blog

3G cellular connectivity was largely sunset by carriers last year, paving the road to 4G. However, experts estimate that 4G could see a sunset sometime between 2030 and 2035.