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Alvarium in the News
IoT Security: Open-Source Effort Promotes Enterprise Trust
Written by Brian Buntz | November 15, 2019
The shiny object syndrome is not the only pervasive problem in the tech sector. Another “is the insanity” of countless companies “reinventing the middle,” according to Jason Shepherd, chief technology officer, IoT and edge computing at Dell.
Project Alvarium aims to bring trust to the IoT
Written by Stacey Higginbotham | November 5, 2019
This week, a group of companies including ARM, Dell, OSIsoft, and IBM along with the IOTA Foundation launched a project at The Linux Foundation to help build trust in the authenticity of data from connected devices called Project Alvarium.
Human Factors & Trust Fabrics: Building Confidence & Resilience Across Connected Systems
By Arti Loftus | April 12, 2021
Among the panels being presented at this week’s annual Frontier Conference is one focused on “THE IMPORTANCE OF PEOPLE AND TRUST IN SCALING CONNECTED SYSTEMS,” led by Jason Shepherd, a pioneer in IoT and Edge Computing, leading these efforts at both ZEDEDA and Dell Technologies.
New Linux Foundation Effort to Focus on Data Confidence Fabrics to Scale Digital Transformation Initiatives
BARCELONA, Spain – IOT Solutions World Congress | October 28, 2019
In partnership with leading industry players, Linux Foundation to create Project Alvarium to facilitate intrinsic trust in data and applications spanning heterogeneous systems of systems