Everything you need to know about… IoT security
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Everything you need to know about… IoT security

As the Mirai malware attack proved, security often plays a back seat to commercial interests when it comes to IoT. But just how serious is the problem? And who’s responsible for IoT security – manufacturers or consumers?

Here’s everything you need to know.

 

IoT security basics

IoT security: How serious is the problem?

In IDG Connect’s IoT “time bomb” report, we consult a panel of 49 IoT security experts to provide some insight on what businesses need to know.

The Internet of Things: Some positives, several problems

This global report outlines what the most promising priorities should be with IoT, with particular focus on the idea of an Internet of Minds (IoM).

 

The c-suite talk IoT

Why IoT security needs more focus on the backend

Trend Micro VP Rik Ferguson argues companies need to be more open about how devices communicate with their infrastructure.

What will be the single biggest security threat of 2017?

We straw poll security professionals to discover what this year’s biggest security threat is likely to be.

 

Insight from tech leaders

How IoT companies can learn from the Mirai malware exploitation

John Ferron, CEO at HEAT Software addresses why IoT security must not be an afterthought.

Consumers shouldn’t be responsible for IoT device security

Thibaut Rouffineau, Head of Devices at Ubuntu, says it’s time IoT manufactures take security seriously.

How to define an IoT cyber security policy

Recruitment firm, Stott and May, provides guidance on how organisations can ensure they secure the Internet of Things.

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