More connected devices means a larger threat surface. That's why it's critical to prioritize security when designing your IoT deployment.
There is no such thing as total IoT security, and the value businesses can gain from the technology outweighs the perceived benefit of disconnecting.
With its study of over 30 types of devices, U.K. security firm Pen Test Partners concluded that DVRs remain a major IoT malware platform.
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.
The influx of health care IoT devices, both approved and unsanctioned, is creating unprecedented security concerns for hospital IT departments.
As the Internet of Things grows and mobile devices become increasingly connected, the security community must define who is responsible for IoT security.
If approached with a solid focus on security, the IoT has the potential to disrupt your business in a way that helps it become more efficient.
On April 10, Sierra Tel discovered that its IoT device modems had been bricked, possibly by a vigilante trying to neutralize rogue devices.
Smart cities offer big benefits for citizens and governments alike, but are they at increased risk of potentially crippling malware attacks?
Given the growing number of connected devices, organizations are beginning to leverage IoT data analytics to drive better decision-making.