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Security is one of the most important areas in IoT. It is a major topic for discussion within organizations in the construction industry.
On this IoT For All podcast episode, Ken Munro, Partner at Pen Test Partners, shares his experience finding and disclosing security vulnerabilities by breaking embedded IoT systems.
The re-emergence of Mirai botnet variants shows us that we're still missing standards for the overall security of an IoT ecosystem.
If a hacker finds your old smart bulb in the trash, they could access important personal data. Learn the risks to secure your networks.
Industries that have yet to make appropriate security changes should take inspiration from the insurance industry and formulate a detection and response strategy.
Smart buildings bring numerous conveniences to property managers, but IoT, which allows buildings and devices to communicate, also exposes security issues.
The Internet of Things (IoT) or the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other items embedded with software, sensors, and network connectivity which enable these objects to connect to each other and exchange data, presents a huge opportunity for businesses as well as huge risks.
Smart manufacturing solutions offer huge gains but also exposes new attack surfaces. Should you manage security internally or work with a partner? Access to high-level expertise, a balanced approach, and always being abreast of emerging cybersecurity threats are some of the primary advantages of working with an external cybersecurity partner.
Mitigating cyber threats is critical to the launch of an IoT product, but many devices on the market today haven't been designed securely.
On this IoT For All podcast episode, Michael Murray, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Cyber-Physical Systems at Blackridge Technology explains the difference between cybersecurity and cyber-physical security. Michael also discusses how with great connectivity comes great responsibility.