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October 18, 2017  11:30 AM

Debunking the agent vs. agentless approach to IoT security

Pedro Abreu Profile: Pedro Abreu
agent, Agentless, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Network security, security in IOT, software agents

In today's ever-changing threat environment, there is an ongoing debate about which network security approach is best for protecting IoT environments -- agent or agentless. Each technique impacts the efficiency of IT operations and overall network security compliance differently, however, when it...

October 16, 2017  11:51 AM

A roadmap for connected car security

Chris Penrose Chris Penrose Profile: Chris Penrose
Collaboration, Connected car, Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, iot security, security in IOT

The age of connected vehicles is bringing exciting new innovations and transportation options. Yet, as more connected vehicles take the road each day, the need for strong security protocols continues to increase. Security protections are essential to maximize the


October 9, 2017  12:11 PM

Speaking of security: Smart speaker risks and rewards

Olivier Legris Profile: Olivier Legris
Amazon, Consumer IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, security in IOT, Smart Device, smart home

The smart speaker market may still be in its relative infancy, but with the rise in connected devices and a growing demand from consumers for more convenience, this is one market that is maturing rapidly. But as with any transformative growth in the digital landscape, cautionary tales have come...


October 4, 2017  2:47 PM

Will consumers trust you with their connected life?

Eve Maler Profile: Eve Maler
consumer devices, consumer experience, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, iot security, security in IOT, trust

As IoT technology becomes digitally woven throughout consumers' homes, cars and wardrobes, the kind of relationships companies build with their users becomes ever more intimate and personal. When the product you sell can hear what its owners are saying, capture data on their daily activities,...


October 2, 2017  2:36 PM

How car manufacturers can safely drive the network

Ofer Amitai Profile: Ofer Amitai
Authentication, Connected car, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, iot security, Network security, PKI, Public-key infrastructure, security in IOT

Often, I get the feeling that the future is already here. My father's 1970 Ford Escort was manual, it didn't have air-conditioning, or even seat belts in the back seat, because who wore those back in the day. For some reason, though, it never crossed his mind that there was something unsafe about...


September 28, 2017  11:07 AM

IoT and cybersecurity vulnerabilities: Volume two

Brian Berger Profile: Brian Berger
Cyberattacks, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, security in IOT

Last year, we saw the Mirai attack on IoT devices and digital cameras used as a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on the DNS servers on the East Coast. This attack caused services from Netflix, Amazon and others to be disrupted for several hours. The


September 27, 2017  10:44 AM

Could a connected plaster really steal your healthcare records?

Myles Bray Profile: Myles Bray
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, iot security, patient data, patient data privacy, patient data security, security in IOT

Recently, I came across an article in a newspaper that described a cool healthcare innovation: smart bandages. These bandages will use 5G and wireless networks to track the healing process. To me, this is super interesting, especially because it goes beyond typical healthcare. There are so many...


September 26, 2017  1:58 PM

The rise of the IoT security chip

Nisarg Desai Profile: Nisarg Desai
chip, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, Microcontroller, security in IOT, Silicon, tpm

With the ever-expanding landscape of the internet of things, we are now in an environment where every semiconductor and chip IP vendor is, or soon will be, launching their own "security" chip. No matter the type of IoT product, all security is moving deeper into hardware, and ultimately down to the...


September 26, 2017  10:01 AM

IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017: The pros and cons from a hacker

Ersin Domangue Profile: Ersin Domangue
Botnet, Consumer IoT, cybersecurity, Cybersecurity legislation, DMCA, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, malware, manufacturers, nist, security in IOT, vulnerability management

Most of you have heard of the internet of things, the catchall phrase for common devices, such as routers, cameras, printers, refrigerators, door locks and so on, that have been enabled by their manufacturers to be controlled or to communicate over the internet. Most of you have also probably...


September 25, 2017  3:09 PM

How to build secure IIoT networks to support aging critical infrastructure

Stewart Kantor Profile: Stewart Kantor
DDOS, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, iot security, Network security, RF, security in IOT

The country's critical infrastructure is made up of massive and sprawling elements of concrete, wood, metal and other man-made and natural materials, many of which were engineered to withstand a wide range of threats, from severe natural disasters to nuclear war. However, over time, with increased...


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