A typical home has around five devices connected to the local network which aren’t computers, tablets, or mobile phones, and all of them can be vulnerable to attack.
Manufacturers should take responsibility for the encryption and authentication of IoT devices.
This year’s DEF CON illustrated vulnerabilities in smart automobiles, encouraging IoT manufacturers to make security a top priority.
Black Hat celebrates 18 years. Leading infosec experts gave training and presented 100 briefings during the conference.
As IoT wearables become more advanced, high-quality security becomes a higher priority.
Privacy doesn’t matter if your data isn’t secure.
The Internet of Things is quickly dissolving the need for alphanumeric passwords and changing the Internet as we know it.
By 2020, there will be 25 billion connected devices that are potentially transmitting unencrypted data.
In the past, the healthcare industry has focused on patient privacy. But security is not the same as privacy, and this leaves many records vulnerable to attack.