The smart office market is forecast to double by 2023. But while IoT devices promise to bring a bevy of benefits, they also introduce entirely new categories of cyber risk.
At Black Hat 2018 and DEF CON 26, experts shared insights about IoT security risks and vulnerabilities and offered advice to help organizations and consumers navigate our increasingly connected world.
Governments must embrace an immune system approach centered on security intelligence to stay ahead of advanced cyberthreats looking to breach the ever-widening perimeter of smart cities.
Although connected devices make our daily lives easier, IoT data, if not properly secured, can cause serious financial and reputational damage to companies deploying and manufacturing this technology.
The introduction of smart assistants into the workplace is inevitable, and while they do carry unique risks, they are no more severe than the risks associated with widely deployed IoT devices.
To fight IoT crime, security professionals must properly classify incidents and connect seemingly disparate strings of evidence.
Connected devices such as fitness bands hold the potential to revolutionize daily life, but they also pose IoT security risks.
The upcoming release of Apple iOS 11 will bring significant changes to the enterprise in the form of enhanced customization, discoverability and more.
Researchers have created a tool that emits sound waves in smart devices to track human movements. This ability opens up new possibilities for spyware.
Security measures are most effective when built in during the design phase. To achieve this, companies must understand basic facts about IoT security.