By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM | Sunday 13 September 2015
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This is Terning (ahem…) into a regular feature. AIM-listed Tern plc (TERN) seems to be getting some scrutiny with regard to its jewel-in-the-crown investment in Cryptosoft. Today’s nugget which we think merits a wider audience comes from ‘Sceptic” – in answer to comments from Cryptobod HERE. Over to Sceptic…..
Cryptobod … I agree with you, however I was simplifying the argument to make a point. i.e. there’s no need to pass IoT traffic through a third party’s cloud hosted platform.
The internet is inherently resilient so why funnel it through this platform?
Also with end point encryption moving towards the physical hardware domain, it’s even less compelling.
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