The IoT is transforming before our eyes due to increasing regulations, growing demand for security standards and advancements in the telecom industry.
While we cannot assess the true IoT impact on business until adoption becomes more widespread, its transformative potential is already on full display.
Like the rise of BYOD culture in the enterprise, the explosion of IoT devices generates a new set of challenges for security professionals.
IBM is investing heavily in cognitive computing and other emerging technologies designed to help analysts secure the growing number of IoT devices.
Iot devices are now under threat from a new strain of malware. BrickerBot infects vulnerable Linus-based endpoints and makes them permanently unusable.
The Internet of Things is growing rapidly, and more devices means more opportunities for attackers to expose IoT security gaps.
Secondhand mobile device security is a struggle for many, according to new research. Data found that 40 percent of reused devices still contain old PII.
The expanding Internet of Things brings new attack vectors, and cybersecurity experts will need new methods of incident response and forensics to keep up.
The decision by Consumer Reports to include security ratings in its product reviews could have implications for the way connected devices are designed.
Connected devices are beginning to change ownership for the first time, which presents new IoT security challenges for manufacturers.