The Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem in Indiana is about to get a big boost.  The Indiana IoT Lab-Fishers recently announced it will act as a space for businesses to research, innovate, and collaborate on projects in the expanding field.  It will aim to help businesses investigate and improve the four main parts of IoT solutions:  ideation, cloud data, edge software, and development.  Connected devices are prevalent in our daily lives, from wearable fitness bands to self-driving cars, and it is important to understand the potential security risks involved.  Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb said the initiative falls in line with his “Next Level Legislative Agenda,” which proposes investing $1 billion over the next ten years in innovation and entrepreneurship.