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Intel announces new IoT onboarding service

At the annual IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona, Intel has announced a new onboarding service to speed up and secure the process of...

Vodafone IoT Barometer: Large global IoT projects doubled last year

2017 could be a milestone year in terms of IoT adoption, as a surge in connected devices opens up new revenue streams for companies,...

Multiple flaws found in Wink and Insteon smart home systems

User credentials left unencrypted and vulnerable in smart home devices and associated smartphone apps from Wink and Insteon, researchers find.  Security researchers have found a...

Frost & Sullivan: AI and big data hold keys to IoT...

A Frost & Sullivan report identifies key trends to address connected device security concerns. Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data and context-aware computing could...

HPE Aruba weaves new fabric for analytics-driven IoT security

HPE Aruba executives say the company has aligned its latest software layers to be more specifically engineered to address security concerns in the IoT. Hewlett...

Security researchers warn of ‘airborne’ IoT malware, Blueborne

Billions of Bluetooth devices could be affected by Blueborne malware, say researchers.  Security researchers at Armis Labs have discovered a number of Bluetooth vulnerabilities that...

Could hackers force industrial cobots to go rogue?

Recent work by researchers at IOActive has revealed worrying vulnerabilities in today's commercially available collaborative robots.    One of the biggest arguments in favour of...

IoT device makers: Tackle security or face legal action

As governments start to contemplate legal responses to IoT security flaws, will the threat of a date with justice finally force manufacturers of connected...

“Scary” number of healthcare IT execs put faith in inadequate IoT...

More than 70 percent of healthcare IT decision makers (ITDMs) believe that traditional security products can secure IoT-onnected medical devices. That’s according to a survey...

Bullguard researchers find serious flaws in smart home alarm

A team of researchers at security specialist Bullguard has identified a range of serious flaws in a connected burglar alarm. Security researchers at the...

Industroyer takes spotlight in latest IT security scare

Another week, another IT security scare. This week it was the turn of Industroyer to take the spotlight, after researchers at security company ESET...

Entropy: a shot in the arm for IoT security?

The IoT has security issues, a history of weak encryption keys and inadequate provisioning and planning for data protection and lock-down. Okay, so you...
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