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ETSI completes set of IoT MQTT and CoAP testing standards

The ETSI committee on Methods for Testing and Specifications (TC MTS) has recently completed a first set of seven standards addressing the testing of the IoT MQTT and CoAP protocols, and the foundational security IoT-Profile. “These new standards fill the gaps for the quality assessment of some of the most...
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An Overview of User Services Platform (TR-369)

USP/TR-369 – User Services Platform. Building on the experience and knowledge gained from the past with the Broadband Forum TR-069, the TR-369 platform provides greater speed and flexibility in terms of catering to existing use cases of TR-069. Some of the capabilities this platform offers are:. Managed Wi-Fi Today’s service...
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ETSI Publishes IoT Testing Specs for MQTT, COAP

ETSI TS 103 596 lays out an overall test suite structure and catalogue of test proposes for CoAP, serving as a guide for both client and server test campaigns. It has three parts—part one specifies the conformance issues, while parts two and three discuss security and performance issues. On the...
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Mount Accounting professor named to AICPA governing council

Tracey Niemotko, JD, CPA, CFE, professor of Accounting at Mount Saint Mary College, was recently appointed by the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) to serve on the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Governing Council as one of four New York State representatives. Niemotko has...
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COAP Returns to the Skies!

Much like it has been for the entire vintage aviation community, the Center of Aviation Photography (COAP) also had to suspend their in-person activities last year. Led by world-class photographer, Rich Cooper, the organization has made a name for itself in providing extraordinary aviation-related photography experiences for clients across the globe, both on the ground and in the air, and frequently in exotic locations. We are pleased to report that, following a pause in their in-person operations at the end of February, 2020, the team is now back in action. In fact they conducted their first air-to-air photography workshop during mid-June. Close to home, they took to the skies over Kent during the Battle of Britain Airshow at Headcorn, staged by locally-based Aero Legends.
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Tracking User Data Movement in Your Network: Five Things to Know

Click to learn more about author Avee Mittal. Advances in Internet of Things (IoT) systems are increasingly facilitating data collection and information transfer over the IoT network to provide a range of automated services to the users. Be it health care, traveling, learning, or smart home, through IoT systems, networks, and connected devices, users in the real world are enjoying personalized and intelligent services but at the cost of revealing sensitive personal data to a highly volatile environment, where the security of information exchange is one of the biggest concerns.
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Cellular IoT development board simplifies prototyping of IoT solutions

SparkFun Electronics’ SparkFun Thing Plus employs Nordic’s nRF9160 SiP to offer low power LTE-M/NB-IoT cellular IoT wireless connectivity. Nordic Semiconductor today announces that Boulder, CO-based SparkFun Electronics has selected Nordic’s nRF9160 low power System-in-Package (SiP) with integrated LTE-M/NB-IoT modem and GPS to power its ‘SparkFun® Thing Plus – nRF9160’ development board. The 53 by 23mm development board is designed for prototyping and proof of concept of cellular IoT-based devices for a wide range of applications using Nordic’s nRF Connect SDK (Software Development Kit).
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New York Accounting Program For High School Students BANS White Kids

White kids have been banned from applying to a summer accounting program for high school kids that is sponsored by a number of prominent New York institutions. The Moynihan Scholarship Fund and the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, as well as nine major New York colleges, including five public universities, are sponsoring the program “Career Opportunities in the Accounting Profession.” The seminar aims to expose 250 “promising underrepresented high school students” to the accounting profession.
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