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New Report on IoT Security

Schneier on Security

The Atlantic Council has published a report on securing the Internet of Things: “Security in the Billions: Toward a Multinational Strategy to Better Secure the IoT Ecosystem.”

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The Surveillance Invasion: IoT and Smart Devices Stealing Corporate Secrets

Security Boulevard

In an age where manufacturers have decided that just about every device needs to be “smart,” it’s becoming difficult to avoid the data collection and privacy invasion that are often baked into these devices. We have come to […] The post The Surveillance Invasion: IoT and Smart Devices Stealing Corporate Secrets appeared first on CISO Global.

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On IoT Devices and Software Liability

Schneier on Security

New law journal article : Smart Device Manufacturer Liability and Redress for Third-Party Cyberattack Victims Abstract: Smart devices are used to facilitate cyberattacks against both their users and third parties.

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The UK Bans Default Passwords

Schneier on Security

The UK is the first country to ban default passwords on IoT devices. On Monday, the United Kingdom became the first country in the world to ban default guessable usernames and passwords from these IoT devices. IoT manufacturers aren’t making two devices, one for California and one for the rest of the US.

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7 Key Security Principles for IoT Manufacturing

GlobalSign

The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming increasingly essential in terms of assisting with product development and enhancements. It can also deliver significant benefits within the manufacturing industry. Explore important considerations for the IoT manufacturing industry!

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MY TAKE: How decentralizing IoT could help save the planet — by driving decarbonization

The Last Watchdog

The Internet of Things ( IoT ) is on the threshold of ascending to become the Internet of Everything ( IoE.) Infineon supplies semiconductors embedded in smart systems, most notably in automotive, power and IoT. We can execute a lot of machine learning, at the edge, in IoT devices.

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Securing the International IoT Supply Chain

Schneier on Security

Together with Nate Kim (former student) and Trey Herr (Atlantic Council Cyber Statecraft Initiative), I have written a paper on IoT supply chain security. The basic problem we try to solve is: how to you enforce IoT security regulations when most of the stuff is made in other countries? Selling to U.S. cybersecurity agencies.

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