SC Magazine eSymposium: Securing the Internet of Things (IoT)
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For information security professionals, the Internet of Things (IoT) went from an interesting concept to ponder to a very real threat when proof-of-concept attacks using household internet-connected appliances began surfacing. From car devices and basic appliances, such as refrigerators or stoves, to more obvious and regulated healthcare items, like pacemakers, EVERYTHING is connected to the internet. The IoT is full of enablement and adds to a robust and even healthy lifestyle. However, like many technologies it has grown quickly and with little to no security and privacy concerns being addressed. This eSymposium will address those issues and explore how they are being handled by the industry, as well as how you and your organization can do your part to help.
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SC Magazine Articles
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- 'GSMem' malware designed to infiltrate air-gapped computers, steal data
- Critical Android bugs can be exploited via MMS, 950M users affected
- Breach affects 3,000 clients enrolled in Georgia state program
- Top of the app charts - Shuabang: automated malware made in China
- Federal appeals court rules no expectation of privacy for preventable 'butt dials'