August 10, 2017

The False Binary of IoT and Traditional Cyber Security

The False Binary of IoT and Traditional Cyber Security By Justin Fier on May 01, 2017 Tweet There’s a new challenge in cyber defense and it’s coming from everyday objects that increasingly surround us — the Internet of Things (IoT). From coffee machines and fridges to virtual assistants and video cameras, consumers are embracing a new wave of connected devices. But they seldom consider the host of unforeseen vulnerabilities that come with them.

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