An advanced persistent threat (APT) group known as ScarCruft is now using malware to steal information off of Bluetooth devices.
Enterprise data and devices require additional safeguarding wherever your employee takes them — especially on vacation. Some basic user education can greatly reduce security risk.
An 11-year-old boy used a clever Bluetooth hack to control his teddy bear and demonstrate that not even connected toys are immune to IoT security risks.
Bluetooth security is not strong enough to keep fraudsters from eavesdropping on sensitive communications. The upcoming Bluetooth 5 offers enhancements.