The Internet of Things is disrupting the real estate industry, requiring brokers to develop new skills to help clients maximize their investments.
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.
Researchers found that remote code execution attacks could occur via malicious subtitles used in many popular streaming video players.
Smart cities offer big benefits for citizens and governments alike, but are they at increased risk of potentially crippling malware attacks?
As the Internet of Things continues to expand, IT leaders must prepare accordingly or find themselves vulnerable to countless IoT security threats.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently issued a set of nonbinding principles for securing the internet of things (IoT).
A group of IT leaders from around the world formed the Council of Global City CIOs to promote information sharing when it comes to smart city initiatives.
Smart city technology is on the rise, bringing more efficient ways to administer city services. But the new threat of data sabotage also looms.
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.
Consumers are looking forward to smart homes and connected devices, but what will the cost be to keep the personal data collected safe?