The vehicle area networks used by autonomous vehicles will need to protected with the most sophisticated security measures available.
With technology turning standard houses and offices into smart homes and smart buildings, it's vital we create a smart security system that can keep up.
Savvy cybercriminals are using older technologies such as Telnet to carry out attacks on IoT devices, a recent IBM Security report discovered.
Consumers are looking forward to smart homes and connected devices, but what will the cost be to keep the personal data collected safe?
It's clear from both IoT advocates and skeptics alike that security is the key to the continued technological maturity of the automotive industry.
F1 drivers and CISOs both rely on fast, analyzed data to enable real-time decision-making and establish appropriate standards and controls.
Aside from reappearing botnets, a newer angle to this threat is the thingbot — a botnet composed of infected Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
The security of smart buildings needs to be built in from the beginning so it can act as an immune system for these new, sophisticated environments.
Mozilla is reinventing its Firefox OS so it can act as a network for the Internet of Things (IoT). Several projects hope to further this aim.
A medical device today is most likely connected to the Internet of Things, which makes security and vulnerability reporting of paramount importance.