Long term resident of Shanghai, where I pursue my passion for researching the Industrial Internet (Industrie 4.0). In addition to running IoT ONE, I am an active member of the Industrial Internet Consortium and Director of Startup Grind's Shanghai chapter.

The IoT ONE platform enables companies to identify and assess Industrial Internet use cases and solution providers. On www.iotone.com you will find the largest public database of IoT vendors and case studies covering dozens of industries and functional areas.

If you are a technology provider or systems integrator, I encourage you to list your company, case studies, and technologies here: www.iotone.com. Listing on IoT ONE will be the most impactful decision of your day.

Who uses IoT ONE? We primarily serve two groups of companies:
- Industrial Internet solution providers, ranging from traditional hardware vendors to SaaS startups
- Industrial end users who want to improve their operations, ranging from factory GMs to farm owners

Please be in touch if you have suggestions for improving the IoT ONE platform. I am always available to discuss ways to improve www.iotone.com as a tool for our users.

As the Chair of the Industrial Internet Consortium's Smart Factory Task Group I work with IIC members to reduce the cost and risk of becoming an early adopter of Industrial IoT technologies. You are welcome to contact me if you would like to learn more about Smart Factory solutions or the IIC.

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Join Nicole as she discusses all things privacy on her regular IoTSI Podcast Privacy Matters.

As a privacy specialist with extensive local and international experience in operational and strategic privacy matters Nicole established her own company some years ago and now enjoys a blend of niche privacy advisory and speaking engagements.
Her current professional focus is capacity building - that is, enhancing organisational knowledge and practice around privacy and the protection of personal information. Learn more at: www.groundupprivacy.com.au

Nicole is also the IoTSI Executive Director for Privacy and Data Protection. She is the  principal privacy expert/contributor for the development of the IoTSI Smart Cities and Critical Infrastructure Framework.  Learn more and connect with Nicole via her IoTSI profile.

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The IoT Security Institute is an advocate for more women in Cyber Security.This account brings an array of Women in Cyber Security podcasts that maybe be of interest to the IoTSI Community.

If you have a podcast that you would like to share with the IoTSI community please send us an email and we will endeavour to publish it ASAP.

In September 2015 (ISC)² published the results of their global information security workforce study, entitled ‘Women in Security: Wisely Positioned for the Future of InfoSec.’ They surveyed nearly 14,000 professionals worldwide and alarmingly revealed that the workforce was predominantly male. In fact, only 10% of information security professionals were female. To make matters worse, the figure was the same as the year before, and had reduced from the year before that, despite the growing demand for more cyber security professionals.

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PodShare brings together cyber secuirty podcasts from an array of sources.