November 19, 2015

Can a special security system keep hackers from messing with your connected baby monitor and door lock? There’s a smooth, dark brown stone sitting in front of me on the table with a bright circle pulsing on its face—a signal, apparently, about the security status of Yossi Atias’s fictional Internet-connected home.

>Read the source article at MIT Technology Review

 Related Resources:  Software Quality and the Industrial Internet of Things: Why it Matters NOW - The International Telecommunication Union defines the Internet of Things (IoT) as a global infrastructure for the information society, enabling advanced services by interconnecting physical and virtual things based on existing and evolving interoperable information and communication technologies.  What’s already clear is that in a nutshell, with every electronic device having network connectivity, every manufacturer of electronic devices will essentially be in the software business.

Webinar: IoT - New Challenges and Solutions for M2M Software Testing - In this free webinar you will learn typical software testing use cases for M2M communication and statistical models to mimic real behavior of connected devices. You will get to know fundamental test types based on traffic and typical software problems discovered during testing related to stability and security of the system. Making use of traffic models you can trigger unpredictable race conditions and find bottlenecks of your systems. 

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