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Dojo by BullGuard

BullGuard Dojo: Bow to your IoT sensei

BullGuard has launched its Dojo smart home cybersecurity product. Billed as an enterprise-grade, consumer-level product, Dojo aims to lock down and protect IoT devices such as smart...
IoT Security - Compass

IoT security: A failure to plan is planning to fail

Flickering lightbulbs, scary Barbie dolls, infected computer networks and the threat of whole cities out of action. This could be the brave new world of the...
What does the NHS ransomware attack mean for IoT in health care?

What does the NHS ransomware attack mean for IoT in healthcare?

Last Friday, one of the biggest ransomware outbreaks in history infected over 200,000 machines in more than 150 countries. From FedEx to Telefónica, companies...
Most IoT hacks originate in Asia, honeypot data reveals

Most IoT hacks originate in Asia, honeypot data reveals

Most IoT attacks originate in Asia and seek to compromise specific types of unsecured IoT devices, such as video cameras, according to data collected...

BrickerBot ‘creator’ claims two million IoT devices have been destroyed

BrickerBot, a piece of malware designed to damage insecure IoT devices so badly that they become useless, has now 'bricked' as many as two million devices, according...

Amnesia malware turns DVRs into botnet slaves

IT security researchers have uncovered a new strain of malware that targets digital video recorders (DVRs), turning them into botnet slaves. According to a blog...
Radware discovers Brickerbot, which makes DOS attacks permanent

Radware discovers Brickerbot, which makes DOS attacks permanent

A new threat is targeting insecure IoT devices, but rather than hijack them for use in distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, Brickerbot instead...

EEMBC and Prpl talk up hypervisors for more secure IoT

The Prpl Foundation and EEMBC have teamed up to launch an initiative to protect IoT hardware from hackers by using virtualization technology within these devices. The...
IoT Security: Keep your finger on the trigger, but there's no golden bullet

IoT Security: Keep your finger on the trigger, but there’s no golden bullet

A recent global study revealed that IoT will “soon be widespread”, as 85 percent of businesses plan to implement IoT by 2019, driven by...

Search Lab finds numerous flaws in AVTech cameras and DVRs

According to researchers from security company Search Lab in Hungary, malware has targeted numerous flaws in internet-connected security cameras and digital video recorders. The Imeji...
Three simple steps to secure your IoT system

Three simple steps to secure your IoT system

In a contributed article to Internet of Business, George Smyth, director of R&D at software development company Rocket Software, talks us through the precautions...
EIU report: IoT adoption slower than expected, but green shoots suggest room for positivity

EIU report: IoT adoption slower than expected, but promising signs are there

IoT adoption has not happened as quickly as expected for most businesses, according to a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). And yet,...
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