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Cybersecurity legislation


September 26, 2019  11:57 AM

4 ways to minimize IoT cybersecurity risks

Thomas Ryd Profile: Thomas Ryd
cybersecurity, Cybersecurity legislation, Internet of Things, iot, IoT cybersecurity, iot security

With close to 400k followers, the Twitter account named Internet of Shit is the epitome of the dire situation emerging as we stumble into a world of connected devices. Governments around the world are waking up to a reality where the

December 4, 2018  10:11 AM

New IoT security laws and proposals are a good start, but we need to do more

Nisarg Desai Profile: Nisarg Desai
Cybersecurity legislation, encrypted communications, Internet of Things, iot, IoT botnet, iot security, Mirai, securing IoT, security laws, Security legislation

The internet of things has kicked into high gear. For someone like myself who deals with IoT security on a daily basis, it is truly exciting to both witness and be a part of such a transformative force in our lives. But, IoT's powerful and dynamic nature notwithstanding, its still nascent existence...


November 16, 2018  10:38 AM

2019: Getting serious about IIoT security

Leon Hounshell Profile: Leon Hounshell
Cybersecurity legislation, IIoT, IIoT security, industrial internet of things, Industrial IoT, IoT cybersecurity, IoT legislation, iot security, IoT threats, password security, Security legislation

As 2018 draws to a close, industry would be wise to acknowledge the now-urgent necessity of prioritizing security across the industrial internet of things. Since the Industry 4.0 movement began sweeping across the globe, it's been


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...


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