Avoiding IoT Design Flaws

Security Innovation

We are all aware by now of the proliferation of IoT devices in the modern connected age. However, where we continue to struggle is knowing how they are attacked, where the weak spots are, and how to take a risk-based approach to securing them. internet of things software security IoT

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Why health care cybersecurity is in ‘critical condition’

The Parallax

government-sponsored Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force delivered more than 100 recommendations to the Department of Homeland Security to make medical technology more resistant to hackers. READ MORE FROM ‘NO PANACEA FOR MEDICAL CYBERSECURITY’.

Triaging modern medicine’s cybersecurity issues

The Parallax

Hackers often talk about practicing good “cybersecurity hygiene” : making sure that basic standards, such as using unique passwords for each log-in, are met. ”—Jacki Monson, chief privacy and information security officer, Sutter Health. READ MORE ON MEDICAL SECURITY.

The state of IoT security: OWASP Top Ten highlights challenges

TechBeacon

How has the security of the Internet of Things evolved in recent years? Now, for the first time since 2014, OWASP has updated its own Top Ten list of IoT Vulnerabilities. Security, Information Security, Internet of Things (IoT), Information Security (Info Sec TechBeacon last visited the topic in 2017 and found the picture to be troubling at best.

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How hackers are approaching medical cybersecurity

The Parallax

READ MORE ON MEDICAL CYBERSECURITY. Dr. Paul Pugsley’s medical cybersecurity crisis in the Emergency Room was part of a simulation at the CyberMed Summit 2018 to teach doctors about complications that can arise from cyberattacks against medical devices and hospitals.

Primer: What DDoS attacks could mean for IoT

The Parallax

More than 40,000 computer servers are at risk of becoming conscripts in the next major DDoS assault because they haven’t been patched and updated , according to a study published last week by cybersecurity company Rapid7.

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6 cybersecurity trends we’re thankful for

The Parallax

You might think of cybersecurity professionals as tech’s collective “ watchers on the wall ”—the guardians who let you know when doom is coming. Here are six things on the cybersecurity and privacy front we’re glad that organizations are helping consumers become more aware of than ever before.

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IoT, Not People, Now the Weakest Link in Security

DevOps.com

Do a quick search on “people weakest link” and you’ll see a raft of articles in which cybersecurity experts and computer scientists point to employees or end users as the biggest vulnerability. The post IoT, Not People, Now the Weakest Link in Security appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Building IoT Applications with Containers

Aqua Security

Docker Security Image Vulnerability Scanning IoTDocker and Arm Announcement. At DockerCon earlier this month, Docker and Arm announced a joint venture in which new Docker-based solutions will be available to the Arm ecosystem.

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Cybersecurity On Call: Balancing Connectivity and Cybersecurity with Paul Roberts

Cloudera

LockState learned a hard lesson around cyber and IoT security –as well as customer trust. To learn more about how the industry is balancing connectivity with cybersecurity, we have invited Paul Roberts to join us. Paul is the founder and Editor in Chief of The Security Ledger, an independent security news website that explores the intersection of cyber security with the Internet of Things.

Next up on hackers’ IoT target list: Gas stations

The Parallax

Two security researchers in Israel have new evidence that gas station systems, from cash registers to fuel pumps, are connected to the Internet and exposed to malicious hackers. Hackers call for federal funding, regulation of software security.

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Applications and innovations in the Internet of Things (IoT)

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated devices that have unique identifiers and can autonomously transfer data over a network. IoT ecosystems consist of internet-enabled smart devices that have integrated sensors, processors, and communication hardware to capture, analyze, and send data from their immediate environments. IHS Technology predicts that there will be over 30 billion IoT devices in use by 2020 and over 75 billion by 2025. Industrial IoT.

Scylla and Confluent Integration for IoT Deployments

Confluent

Through the Internet of Things (IoT), it is also connecting humans to the machines all around us and directly connecting machines to other machines. IoT scale. IoT is a fast-growing market, already known to be over $1.2 How many devices will be creating information?

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The Consumer IoT Market at a Glance

IDC

The consumer Internet of Things (IoT) market is crowded and complex, with several market segments that organizations must consider when evaluating their needs. This wave of growth has already started, as evidenced by the wide array of vendors inhabiting the consumer IoT space today.

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Cybersecurity on Call: Nation-State Cyber Operations with Patrick Tucker

Cloudera

If you enjoyed this podcast, click here to hear other cybersecurity industry influencers on their take on the latest trends. Like us on SoundCloud and follow us so you’re always up on current events in the world of cybersecurity. The post Cybersecurity on Call: Nation-State Cyber Operations with Patrick Tucker appeared first on Cloudera Blog.

Secure Your IoT Deployment During the Security Talent Shortage

The New Stack

On one side, they want to take advantage of the business opportunity that the Internet of Things (IoT) can unlock. But the reality of IoT security and associated risks to brands and customers leaves them hesitant. IoT Is Especially Vulnerable to the Security Pro Shortage.

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IoT: Make Mine a Standard

Cloudera

Defining these is, therefore, a crucial element, and Cloudera is now taking part in just that for the biggest revolution we’ve seen in business and society: the Internet of Things (IoT). Standards for IoT. Architecture for IoT. Open source for IoT.

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How AWS IoT Greengrass Brings Cloud Capabilities to the Edge

The New Stack

Amazon Web Services launched AWS IoT Greengrass in late 2016 as an Internet of Things (IoT) gateway for devices that needed offline, local computing capabilities. As the industry evolved, IoT gateways matured to become edge computing devices. Cloud Services Edge / IoT Tutorial

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New botnet Torii showcases next stage of IoT abuse, researchers say

The Parallax

Security researchers have caught hackers lashing together Internet-connected devices in a botnet they’re calling Torii, which uses techniques not seen in an IoT botnet before—including intercepting and stealing data, and using the Tor Project network to hide its network traffic.

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Reasons why every IoT development company is using.NET?

Xicom

We have been speculating that more and more Internet of Things companies are coming on the scene and the best thing is that they are using.NET as the foundational framework of the most of the IoT mobile apps being created these days. You may wonder why IoT is becoming the necessity these days.

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Is Your Smart Home/ IoT Device the Weak Link in Your Security?

Storagecraft

The ideal scenario of a smart home and other IoT devices actually sounds quite Utopian. Read more » The post Is Your Smart Home/ IoT Device the Weak Link in Your Security? Uncategorized breach cybersecurity data management data security hacks IoT smart home

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Cisco announces its intent to Acquire Sentryo, the Pioneer of Cybersecurity Solutions For The Industrial IoT

DevOps.com

The post Cisco announces its intent to Acquire Sentryo, the Pioneer of Cybersecurity Solutions For The Industrial IoT appeared first on DevOps.com. Lyon, France, June 7th – Cisco announced today its intention to acquire Sentryo.

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Reshaping Entire Industries with IoT and Confluent Cloud

Confluent

While the current hype around the Internet of Things (IoT) focuses on smart “things”—smart homes, smart cars, smart watches—the first known IoT device was a simple Coca-Cola vending machine at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. In fact, IoT is reshaping entire industries.

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6 Steps to a More Secure IoT

CTOvision

Read Vishal Salvi list six steps for businesses to implement the most secure Internet of Things platform on CIO : Concerns about securing the Internet of Things have not stopped firms from implementing IoT. Fueled by the potential of IoT to help reduce costs, improve efficiency, and provide more visibility into all facets of operations, […].

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Mueller’s indictment of election hackers a cybersecurity ‘wake-up call’

The Parallax

As Dave Aitel, former NSA cybersecurity analyst and the current chief security technical officer of cybersecurity company Cyxtera tells The Parallax, the details of the indictment indicate the high level of confidence the Justice Department has in its charges. Regardless of U.S.

IoT security market to reach $35.2 bn by 2023: Report

CTOvision

According to a new market research report published by MarketsandMarkets, the global Internet of Things (IoT) Security Market size is expected to grow from USD 8.2 Cyber Security Newsbillion in 2018 to USD 35.2 billion by 2023, at CAGR of 33.7 percent during the forecast period. Major factors driving the growth of the market are the increasing number […].

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Defending Against IoT “Accidental” Insider Threats

CTOvision

Read Jason Soroko article about how to protect yourself against accidental Internet of Things insider threats on IoT for All : When considering insider threats faced by the Internet of Things (IoT) systems, few will be surprised to learn that protecting a network with a growing number of connected devices from a maliciously motivated insider […]. Cyber Security News

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IoT in the Age of Everything Connected

Symantec

New challenges in securing industrial environments due to increased IOT device connectivity and automation

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Reasons to hire IoT developer to transform the industrial sphere

Xicom

An IoT development company is much in demand these days because Internet of Things (IoT) is slowly sprawling into the industrial sphere with each passing day. Any IoT developer that is able to create IoT apps for industries and large-scale businesses will be in much demand and will have the chance to become popular in the IT industry. It is utmost important to be very much updated about the latest trends that are ruling the IoT industry to be a developer.

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How IOT may impact your Mobile App Development

AGILE-CODE.COM

IoT states to a system of articles or gadgets that involve established innovation, which empowers them to convey and cooperate with one another. IoT is ending up logically mainstream on account of its ease of utilization and the comfort it brings to the table.

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Consumers Skeptical of IoT Device Security

Samanage

IoT Device Security and How It Affects You. While the Internet of Things (Iot) carries with it several benefits – automatic updating, the ability to control our homes and devices remotely, etc. – IoT Device Security Measures and Challenges.

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An End-to-End Open & Modular Architecture for IoT

Cloudera

While the Internet of Things (IoT) represents a significant opportunity, IoT architectures are often rigid, complex to implement, costly, and create a multitude of challenges for organizations. An Open, Modular Architecture for IoT. End-to-End Data Security & Compliance.

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The Internet of (Secure) Things – Embedding Security in the IoT

CTOvision

We’re seeing a glimmer of the future – the Internet of Things (IoT) – where anything and everything is or contains a sensor that can communicate over the network/Internet. The underlying technology enabling IoT is Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications. By George Romas.

Building an Open Data Processing Pipeline for IoT

Cloudera

IoT is expected to generate a volume and variety of data greatly exceeding what is being experienced today, requiring modernization of information infrastructure to realize value. The IoT integration hub. Watch the on-demand webinar on An Open Source Architecture for IoT.

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Blockchain Technology can be Critical to IoT Infrastructure Security

CTOvision

Read why Floyd DCosta says that blockchain technology could be a crucial cog in the Internet of Things infrastructure on Entrepreneur : The era of the Internet of things (IoT) is upon us and it is impacting our lives. Today, technology has pervaded into nearly all walks of life, and constant innovation has made it […]. Blockchain and Cryptocurrency CTO News