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December 12, 2019  2:19 PM

Persistence of IoT botnets requires a security-driven network

Anthony Giandomenico Anthony Giandomenico Profile: Anthony Giandomenico
cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT cybersecurity, iot security, IoT strategy

Botnets continue to plague IoT devices, resulting in a range of criminal activity from denial of service attacks and dropping malicious payloads such as ransomware to hijacking unused IoT device CPU cycles for things like crypto mining. One of the most interesting aspects of

November 26, 2019  5:16 PM

Secure IoT devices and networks and bears, oh my!

Cheryl Ajluni Profile: Cheryl Ajluni
Cyberattacks, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, IoT attacks, IoT cybersecurity, iot security, IoT strategy

There is a popular saying that goes something like this: You don't have to run faster than the bear to get away. You just have to run faster than the slowest guy running from the bear. As it turns out, that saying is as good a metaphor for life as it is for security in IoT. It all...


November 13, 2019  12:59 PM

Can trusted data exchanges help grow ethical AI?

Chiaren Cushing Profile: Chiaren Cushing
Artificial intelligence, Data privacy, ethics, iot, IoT and AI, IoT data, IoT data management, iot security

AI is transforming the world as we know it. Contextual awareness paired with AI is opening the door to many positive solutions for healthcare, environmental protection, conservation,...


October 28, 2019  3:48 PM

Developing a defense-in-depth security practice for IoT

Galen Hunt Profile: Galen Hunt
connected devices, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, IoT cybersecurity, iot security

Do you remember that time when you bought an SUV, renowned for its auto safety, and then decided that there was no need to wear a seatbelt? Or that time you decided not to install a smoke alarm because there was already a fire extinguisher in the house? These don’t sound like familiar...


October 24, 2019  2:54 PM

IoT security policy requires comprehensive, expansive visibility

Reggie Best Profile: Reggie Best
cybersecurity, healthcare IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT cybersecurity, iot security, security awareness, security in IOT

IoT is a black hole; every day it’s sucking in devices that must be secured. But IoT is also a nebulous term. Although emerging devices are easily identified at inception, decades-old technology has become part of the IoT universe --sometimes stealthily --and must be dealt with. These devices...


October 21, 2019  1:50 PM

3 more emerging attack surfaces need greater security

Carolyn Crandall Profile: Carolyn Crandall
cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT cybersecurity, IoT network monitoring, iot security, Security threats, Shadow IT

This is the second part in a two-part series. Find the first part here. IoT is far from the only emerging attack surface being targeted and...


October 18, 2019  5:07 PM

Why connected devices aren’t always as smart as you think

Michael Greene Profile: Michael Greene
connected devices, Cyberattacks, Data privacy, Data protection, Internet of Things, iot, IoT cybersecurity, IoT devices, iot security, Security threats

As the holiday shopping season looms on the horizon, sales of connected devices are expected to flourish. From a plethora of intelligent assistants such as smart fitness mirrors and connected doorbells, there is a connected device for you. However, these devices are often a hacker's prime target...


October 17, 2019  4:58 PM

How do you know your AI is making the right choices?

Sudhi Sinha Profile: Sudhi Sinha
AI and IoT, ethical AI, ethics, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT and AI, IoT data, iot security

There is a lot of conversation around data right now. Its value continues to increase, whether as something that can be monetized for profit or savings, or in terms of improving understanding and operations for a business that uses it effectively. That's why the advent of artificial intelligence...


October 10, 2019  2:10 PM

How to protect data privacy in connected cars

Julian Weinberger Profile: Julian Weinberger
commercial IoT, Connected car, connected car data, Consumer data, Internet of Things, iot, IoT attacks, iot privacy, iot security

From monitoring our driving habits to tracking our location, connected cars know our every move. With a black box or event data recorder collecting information inside 96% of automobiles, modern cars are as much a computer as they are a means of transportation. However, many drivers and...


October 9, 2019  2:35 PM

Securing your supply chain is as important as securing your devices

Wayne Dorris Profile: Wayne Dorris
cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, IoT cybersecurity, iot security

The Ponemon Institute published its annual report on third-party IoT risks in May, 2019. The report focused on identifying what companies do not know -- or understand -- about the risks inherent to IoT devices and applications, particularly when used by third parties. The report drives home the...


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