We may still be years away from completely smart homes and cities, but a set of research projects may help better secure the Internet of Things (IoT).
This year's lineup of talks at the Black Hat, DEF CON and BSides conferences was particularly interesting. Here are five of the hottest topics from Vegas.
The massive growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) is making it harder to secure applications, but organizations can protect themselves via best practices.
Security risks are on the move: New IoT ransomware can now infect wearable devices. But what does this mean for tech-savvy users?
The high jinks and hacking demonstrations that go on during the Black Hat USA conference are the stuff of legend. Catch up on the most prolific examples.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing how both operational and strategic security decisions are executed. IoT devices will increase the size of the threat landscape by orders of magnitude over the next decade. The complexity of IoT devices is...
HYPR released a biometric authentication SDK that would let third parties overlay fingerprint and voice recognition over other security processes.
Certain CISO strategies will ensure an enterprise is poised to meet the challenges associated with new tech advancements, from mobile to cloud.
You absolutely must think long-term when it comes to the Internet of Things (IoT) because these systems aren't going anywhere anytime soon.
A new FTC ruling on its first-ever crowdfunding case sends a simple message: Creators are responsible for money management, but buyers must beware.