IoT Developers: checklist for building more secure Smart Devices.

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[This is Part 2. Part 1 of this blog series is here: Before you buy or connect a smart device (IoT)…]

Having worked for more than 20 years in the technology and information security industry, I have seen first hand how hard management can push their teams.

There is no doubt that the IoT race is on, but whipping teams into a frenzy so that they race through the development, testing and production phases has a real ...

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Before you buy or connect a smart device (IoT), read this!

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The Internet of Things (IoT), as a term, has been bandied around a lot over the last few years.

Many people – even those that work in the technology sector – are still unclear on what IoT really means.

In this blog series, we will define IoT, talk about why infosecurity experts are concerned, and delve into some of the issues facing both providers and consumers.

We’ll also provide some practical recommendations for both parties:

  • Consumers of IoT devices: Tips for choosing the right IoT ...
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Top 4 cybersecurity headaches plaguing Financial Services Institutions

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Most Financial Services Institutions (FSIs) have digital technology at their core. And a primary responsibility for most FSIs is “cyber-connect” customers – be they organizations or individuals – with their money simply and seamlessly.

FSIs need to counterbalance these speedy, frictionless transactional experiences against the thousand-pound gorilla in the room, a.k.a: cybersecurity risk.

This Deloitte article in the Wall Street Journal distills the problem well: “Amid the massive technological transformation now underway in financial services, companies are being asked to become ...

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IoT and DDOS: security advice following the Marai botnet attack on Brian Krebs

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A giant botnet made up of zombie internet-connected devices (or IoT devices) was used to strike a massive Distributed Denial-of-Service attack (DDoS) against Brian Krebs’ website, the site of a well-known cybersecurity blogger, last month.

Some have estimated the botnet’s size may have been a million strong.

Worse, as Krebs reported on the 1 Oct:

 “The source code that powers the “Internet of Things” (IoT) botnet responsible for launching ...

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