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Nov 13, 2018
ZDnet

"For the people that create the machinery -- for example, a toothbrush -- they've been creating a toothbrush and have been presumably been subject to safety and security measures for a toothbrush.

Nov 12, 2018
Medium

Despite growing concerns about the safety and security of the Internet of Things, companies are still cranking out connected devices with insecurities, from baby monitors to drones. All too often, companies aren’t required to maintain the security of their devices.

Oct 30, 2018
IoT For All

Cybersecurity problems are an evergreen topic for security stack vendors and a nightmare for enterprises. IoT security adds another layer of complexity as it involves thousands (sometimes millions) of devices. It’s vital to have a good security strategy prior to deploying new IoT systems.

Oct 29, 2018
IT World Canada

Making sure your employees are following best computer security practices and company policies is a daunting task.

As Cyber Security Awareness Month draws to a close we talked to a number experts about what they’ve learned. Here are their tips:

Oct 23, 2018
ITSP Magazine

It was about time that The Cyber Society met The Internet Society. Sounds like we have at least one thing in common: we think about the present and future of our lives in this digitally connected world.

Oct 22, 2018
phoenixNAP

Social engineering scams are often used by hackers who want to gain access to systems because technological security is so advanced. People tend to be much easier to manipulate, and many will give help to someone posing as a colleague or even an online advisor simply because it is the socially acceptable thing to do. In other words, people are much more vulnerable because, ironically, we want to help.

Oct 22, 2018
TechRadar

While a decade ago most businesses would not give much thought to cyber security, in our current times, it has become a crucial necessity. Last year, in 2017, the number of cyber attacks doubled, making it the worst year ever, with just under 160,000 cyber incidents targeting businesses, according to the Online Trust Alliance

Oct 22, 2018

Social engineering scams are often used by hackers who want to gain access to systems because technological security is so advanced. People tend to be much easier to manipulate, and many will give help to someone posing as a colleague or even an online advisor simply because it is the socially acceptable thing to do. In other words, people are much more vulnerable because, ironically, we want to help.

Oct 5, 2018

California governor Jerry Brown signed the “Security of Connected Devices” bill (SB-327) into law, which requires anyone manufacturing an Internet-connected device to set unique passwords or force users to change the password before they can use it.

Sep 19, 2018
IoT World Today

When sorting through surveys related to the subject of IoT security, Jeff Wilbur, technical director of the Internet Society’s Online Trust Alliance (OTA) says he sees results all over the map. “I try to follow as many those surveys as I can.

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