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Sep 5, 2018
CSO

Cybercrime damage is projected to reach $6 trillion annually by 2021. That’s creating lots of demand for security protection—estimated at over $1 trillion cumulatively between 2017 and 2021.

Sep 4, 2018
Forbes

It’s common for companies to believe they’re safe from cyberattacks, but it isn’t always true.

Aug 17, 2018
ITProPortal

By Phil Celestini: With the increasing level of business transactions being put online and the rise of a new ecosystem of automated processes emerging from the IoT, the public internet has reached a tipping point that now presents a distinct systemic risk that companies must address more urgently.

Aug 14, 2018
The Hill

By Christine Runnegar, Internet Society, Opinion Contributor - In light of recent well-documented data breaches and privacy violations like those at Equifax and Facebook, there have been numerous reports that Internet companies are finally warming to United States federal privacy regulations after fending them off for years.

Jul 25, 2018
Network World

As consumer Internet of Things (IoT) devices inevitably find their way into the workplace, IT pros need to isolate them from the rest of the enterprise network, perhaps on a network of their own, so they don’t become backdoors exploitable by attackers, according to the head of the Online Trust Alliance.

Jul 24, 2018
CNET

HTTP, one of the technologies that's made the World Wide Web work since Tim Berners-Lee invented the web more than 25 years ago, just got a big black mark by its name, thanks to Google's Chrome web browser. Google, Mozilla and other tech industry allies have been pushing websites everywhere to switch to the secure version, called HTTPS.

Jun 5, 2018
IoT Playbook

Advice for those new to the world of the Internet of Things is not hard to find. But rare is the advice that comes with the credibility of The Enterprise IoT Security Checklist from the Online Trust Alliance (OTA). After all, the Reston, Va.-based nonprofit is part of the Internet Society, which is home to the Internet Engineering Task Force.

May 11, 2018
Stacey on IoT

Was your Nest password stolen? Apparently the smart home company is notifying users that their Nest password may be vulnerable after it detected that a password breach from another site was affecting users of its site. Since Nest is in the home security business now, this makes tremendous sense. I don’t want someone hacking my cameras, my alarm system, or my Nest door lock.

May 10, 2018
Computing

Smarthome vendor did the right thing says the Internet Society. Nest, the Google-owned manufacturer of home automation devices best known for its smart thermostat, has warned a customer of a password breach, urging him to change it and deploy two-factor authentication (2FA).

Apr 28, 2018
Tom's Guide

Because you have to use your Google credentials to set up and use Google Home and many Google Assistant functions, a significant amount of your personal information falls under the umbrella of just one company.  "If you trust Google to take good care of your data in general, having it in one place versus all over the place is good," said Jeff Wilbur, director of the nonprofit Online Trust Alliance.

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