CIA Exploits of IoT Devices, What Lessons Can We Learn?

By Alan Grau, Icon Labs, alan.grau@iconlabs.com,  www.iconlabs.com. We are often asked by industry insiders if they should be worried about the CIA hacking their device and eavesdropping on their conversations. While that might be a concern for some, the bigger fear is with so many vulnerable IoT devices, a malicious cyber-attack could potentially impact

IoT Security Foundation strengthens steering board and announces new chair

Professor Paul Dorey takes over as chair of IoTSF and Dr. Stephen Pattison joins Executive Steering Board Release Date: March 20th 2017 The Internet of Things Security Foundation announced today that it has expanded its Executive Steering Board (ESB) and appointed a new chairman. Professor Paul Dorey will take over from Professor John Haine

Security Challenges on the Way Towards Smart Manufacturing

By Hongmei He, Manufacturing Informatics Centre, Cranfield University, MK43 0AL. Cranfield University is a Founder Member of IoTSF Internet of Things (IoT) technology has enabled the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) by connecting factories and plants to the Internet. “Smart Factory” is connected with supply chains through the Internet. Data flows from machines and

BlackBerry show how to start improving software security

Imagine this... you run an organization producing products that incorporate significant amounts of software. You know that security wasn’t a concern when much of that software was written. You know that insecure products are no longer acceptable and that you have to do something. But where do you start? If you are in this

Saudi Smart Cities Conference 2017 Announcement

                      UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE MINISTRY OF MUNICIPAL AND RURAL AFFAIRS (MOMRA), DAR AL RIYADH AND NISPANA JOINTLY ANNOUNCE THE FIRST SAUDI SMART CITIES CONFERENCE 2017 PRESS RELEASE: 20 FEBRUARY 2017 With the economic diversification plans in place, key government authorities across kingdom are

Escaping Dark Age Cybersecurity Thinking

This article by Jim Burrows - currently researching Machine Ethics. Prev: Eng. VP at Silent Circle - was originally posted on here. You can read more articles by Jim here. Much of what’s wrong today in the realm of security, especially “cybersecurity” comes from thinking that is rooted in the Dark Ages. “Motte and Bailey” Thinking There

Securing the Internet of Things – Part 3

This article by Calum McClelland - Director of Business Development at Leverege - was originally posted on IoT For All. You can find Calum on Medium, Twitter, and LinkedIn. In Securing the Internet of Things Pt. 1, we saw that security is an absolutely critical component of any IoT system. Without proper security, vulnerable devices can

Securing the Internet of Things – Part 1

This article by Calum McClelland - Director of Business Development at Leverege - was originally posted on IoT For All. You can find Calum on Medium, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Security Needs to Fit Everywhere in IoT To date, security hasn’t been a priority in the Internet of Things. Instead of being viewed as an integral part of

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