Thank you California. Gov. Brown has signed into the law that requires manufacturers to give Internet-connected devices unique passwords and not weak passowords like "admin" by default.
Mark Loveless from Duo Labs goes on camera to show how he tested RFID-blocking gear such as sleeves, wallets, and purses. Which one gives you the most protection for your money?
Why are attackers interested in compromising the Internet of Things? In this Decipher video, security experts discuss what attackers are looking for when they go after Internet-connected doorbells and other smart devices.
The long-awaited report from the Departments of Commerce and Homeland Security called on the industry to improve IoT security, to develop better anti-DDoS technologies, and educate users about botnets. Regulation is not mentioned...yet.
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.