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IoT Security: Hard Problem, No Easy Answers

It’s easy to talk the security talk, but it isn’t so easy to walk the walk. We learned that the hard way at a IoT security workshop during the 2018 Security Analyst Summit. We were asked to design a security product to protect an average household’s collection of IoT devices.

Iot Security

UK Government Proposes Secure by Design Guidelines for IoT

The UK government has published a Secure by Design report on improving the cybersecurity of consumer Internet of Things (IoT) devices such as smart TVs and wearables, urging manufacturers to follow common security guidelines and help protect consumers.

Iot Security, Government

Understanding Bluetooth Security

When it comes to Internet of Things (IoT) security research, you may run into roadblocks examining Bluetooth pairing and encryption between older devices and new ones - this blog post explains what you need to know to overcome them.

Labs Research, Bluetooth Security, Iot Security

Examining Personal Protection Devices: Hardware and Firmware Research Methodology in Action

In a technical paper released today, Duo Labs details research into two personal protection devices based on ARM Cortex M microcontrollers. These devices allow wearers to notify people of their well-being.

Iot Security, Personal Protection Devices

NIST’s New Security and Privacy Controls For IoT, MFA and SSO

NIST releases a new version of their Security and Privacy Controls, addressing new risks posed by the latest technology - the Internet of Things, plus guidance on combining single sign-on and multi-factor authentication.

Nist, Iot Security, Privacy, Mfa, Sso