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Bishop Fox’s Christie Terrill talks to us about IoT security and other trends at Black Hat 2018 this month.
Armis’ CTO discusses the top IoT security issues in the marketplace today – and whether device manufacturers will start to prioritize security.
A “wave of litigation over IoT liability is on the horizon,” according to an attorney who has represented plaintiffs in the 2015 Jeep hack.
After researchers found a security glitch that let them hack into an IoT camera, the manufacturer of the camera has fixed the issue.
Researchers found 20 flaws in Samsung’s SmartThings Hub controller – opening up supported third-party smart home devices to attack.
Two vulnerabilities were discovered on Dongguan Diqee-branded vacuum cleaners, Thursday.
VDOO’s CEO talks to Threatpost about security issues discovered in Axis IP cameras and issues overall in the IoT security market.
The onus behind IoT security has become so muddled that no one knows who to point fingers at.
Researchers were able to discover a way to hack the device in less than an hour.
The IP cameras have a slew of bugs allowing bad actors to control them, add them to a botnet, or render them useless.