1. Articles in category: IoT Security News

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    1. DoC’s Internet of Things Initiative to Catalog Existing Security Standards

      DoC’s Internet of Things Initiative to Catalog Existing Security Standards

      This month, the U.S. Commerce Department's (DoC) National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announced that it aims to catalog existing security standards through its Internet of Things (IoT) initiative. Ultimately, the multi-stakeholder process will serve to develop a broad, shared definition or set of definitions around security upgradability for consumer IoT, and help enhance consumer awareness and understanding related to IoT purchases and security.

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    2. SALUS Chooses Ayla Networks to Connect Its Smart Building Products to the Internet of Things

      SALUS Chooses Ayla Networks to Connect Its Smart Building Products to the Internet of Things [January 30, 2017] Tweet AHR Expo- SALUS, a provider of energy control solutions to professional markets across the world, is using Ayla Networks ' Internet of Things (IoT) platform to connect its SALUS Wyse.ly suite of smart building products to the cloud.

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    3. No Silver Bullet for Business IoT Security

      No Silver Bullet for Business IoT Security

      The internet of things (IoT) has much potential to streamline business processes and provide new ways to interact with customers. But it also opens new frontiers for cyber criminals and hacktivists to exploit.

      Quocirca published reports in 2015 (The many guises of the IoT)  and 2016 (European perceptions, preparedness and strategies for IoT security) that look at the interplay between IoT opportunities and threats.

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    4. Securing the Internet of Things, A Whitepaper from the Smart Card Alliance

      Securing the Internet of Things, A Whitepaper from the Smart Card Alliance

      It has been projected that by 2020, the world will have over 20 billion connected devices. With this growth, there is a critical need to ramp up the security of “things” and the data they create. To guide the industry, the Smart Card Alliance released today a high-level educational resource outlining the security value of embedded hardware technology in end devices used in IoT applications.

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    5. Now FCC Stepping In On IoT Regulations 01/23/2017

      Now FCC Stepping In On IoT Regulations 01/23/2017

      The U.S. government seems to have its eye on the Internet of Things, as another report on the role of IoT regulation was just issued. The report by the FCC addresses cybersecurity, including the Internet of Things as a driving force and the need for regulatory bodies to step in. Specifically, the more than 50-page document proposes that there is a gap between the consumer expectation of IoT device security and the security that is actually built into those devices by the brands making them.

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    6. Global Internet of Things Security Market 2017-2021

      The global IOT security market is anticipated to grow rapidly and will post a CAGR of close to 48% during the forecast period. The increasing adoption of cloud-based services will drive the growth prospects for the global IOT security market in the forthcoming years. Some of the major factors driving the demand for cloud-based services include modern video management systems, authentication processes, and storage of biometrics information.

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    7. IoT weaknesses provide more possibilities for hackers; Paladion

      IoT weaknesses provide more possibilities for hackers; Paladion

      Security firm Paladion has revealed that the rise of connected devices means there is a higher possibility for hackers to target individuals. According to Markets and Markets, the Internet of Things (IoT) market size is estimated to grow from $157.05bn in 2016 to $661.74bn by 2021. With this growth, IoT security is also a growing concern as it includes new risk areas that the cybersecurity industry is still learning to resolve, such as cloud and mobility.

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    8. IoT Vulnerabilities Open Up New Possibilties to Hackers

      IoT Vulnerabilities Open Up New Possibilties to Hackers 15 January, 2017 More connected devices mean more attack vectors and more possibilities for hackers to target us; unless we move fast to address this rising security concern, we'll soon be facing an inevitable disaster. 15 January 2017 Dubai, UAE - Internet of Things is a revolution that has suddenly captured our imagination. As a technology, IoT is unique since it has a role to play in consumer, enterprise and industrial worlds.

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    9. How to Secure the Internet of Things - Talks by TechUK, UL and IoTSF

      How to Secure the Internet of Things - Talks by TechUK, UL and IoTSF

      What a better way of starting the new year then talking about one of the most discussed and controversial topics of the Internet of Things: security. In order to deep dive into the present and future challenges of IoT security we have invited at Hardware Pioneers three top UK experts from UL, IoT Security Foundation and TechUK.

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