IoT Agenda:


November 17, 2016  10:05 AM

IoT needs embedded security following record-breaking DDoS attacks

Randy Vanderhoof Profile: Randy Vanderhoof
DDOS, Denial of Service, Internet of Things, iot, iot security

A cascading string of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks -- which took down parts of hundreds of sites including Twitter, Netflix, Spotify, Airbnb, Reddit and The New York Times --...

November 15, 2016  2:59 PM

Seamless authentication and access management: Securing the connected car and customer experience

Eve Maler Profile: Eve Maler
Authentication, Authorization, car, IAM, Internet of Things, iot

The connected car is officially mainstream. With Tesla and other technologically advanced vehicles on the road and in the headlines, other car manufacturers are attempting to catch up to provide a connected car experience to satisfy growing consumer demand. That experience begins with satellite...

November 10, 2016  1:39 PM

Preventing IoT attacks: When network-level defense isn’t enough

Mordechai Guri Profile: Mordechai Guri
DDOS, Endpoint security, iot security, malware, Network security

Until recently, IoT security concerns were in the realm of experts and doomsayers. The recent Mirai malware attacks, however, have everyone paying attention. The attack on Dyn, which manages much of the internet's DNS infrastructure, demonstrated the power of IoT devices to be the ultimate attack...

November 8, 2016  5:08 PM

Life after the IoT botnet: Eleven key takeaways

Ted Harrington Profile: Ted Harrington
Botnet, DDOS, Denial of Service, Hardware security, Internet of Things, iot, iot security

On Friday October 21, 2016, internet infrastructure provider Dyn was the victim of a distributed denial of service attack (DDoS).

November 8, 2016  3:10 PM

Security risks from the internet of things

Patrick Foxhoven Profile: Patrick Foxhoven
cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, risk, Security

On Friday October 21, a massive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack was launched against Dyn, an internet infrastructure company. The attack came in at least three waves and made it...

November 3, 2016  11:44 AM

Cyberidentity disrupted: Thinking beyond PKI

Sravani Bhattacharjee Profile: Sravani Bhattacharjee
Cryptography, identity, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, PKI, Security, Sensor

The internet economy since its early years has been protected by public key infrastructure (PKI). From e-commerce and email to online money and knowledge transfers, PKI has arguably secured the entire internet experience as the...

October 28, 2016  10:27 AM

Minimizing IoT security liabilities

Maria Horton Profile: Maria Horton
Data privacy, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, privacy

While the majority of the work today in the internet of things is occurring in transportation, infrastructure and environmental sectors, many business consulting, marketing and consumer-focusing companies are looking at IoT as an important pillar to successfully leverage (and monetize)

October 25, 2016  11:54 AM

How to successfully protect your organization from IoT cyberattacks

Mike Milner Profile: Mike Milner
Application security, Cyberattacks, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, RASP

With an estimated 6.4 billion internet-connected devices currently in use, 2016 has certainly been the year of the internet of things. This movement has brought increased functionality, data and insights to everything we do, not only...

October 17, 2016  1:15 PM

Securing streaming media provides roadmap for IoT

Dan Timpson Profile: Dan Timpson
Internet of Things, iot, iot security, PKI, PKI Security, streaming video

Ever since the first livestreaming sporting event broadcast over the internet in 1995, the subsequent future of media streaming has only grown in popularity. According to one...

October 11, 2016  12:19 PM

IoT security from the outside in and inside out

Michael Tennefoss Profile: Michael Tennefoss
Data Management, Encryption, Enterprise mobility, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, mobile application management, mobile device management, trust

The internet of things is a confusing concept. It implies that interconnecting devices is a new concept (it's well worn), IoT devices are always connected to the internet (they're not), and the center of...

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