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January 24, 2022
The chip vendor's new wireless SoC aims to bring AI and machine learning to the IoT. The systems also use the Matter IP-based protocol to wirelessly connect devices.
June 29, 2020
Organizations that use IoT devices at risk from the Ripple20 vulnerabilities must secure them through patching, network segmentation and zero trust.
January 28, 2020
Cisco Cyber Vision is the networking company's latest product for industrial IoT security. The technology is based on software Cisco acquired last year when it bought Sentryo.
November 07, 2019
The free edition is aimed at helping OT operators and IT security teams take the first step to finding the organization's assets that they need to secure within their OT and IoT networks.
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Tailgating, sometimes referred to as piggybacking, is a type of physical security breach in which an unauthorized person follows an authorized individual to enter secured premises. Continue Reading
Segregation of duties (SoD) is an internal control designed to prevent error and fraud by ensuring that at least two individuals are responsible for the separate parts of any task. Continue Reading
A man-in-the-middle (MiTM) attack is a type of cyber attack in which the attacker secretly intercepts and relays messages between two parties who believe they are communicating directly with each other. Continue Reading
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IoT energy meters and sensors make buildings and power grids more efficient and cost-effective but require encryption, network security and access control for safe operation. Continue Reading
Zero-trust policies reduce the possibility of costly cyber attacks. Defining user access, boosting network security and using endpoint management tools can streamline adoption. Continue Reading
IoT data has the potential to make businesses more secure and proactive against threats. But a successful deployment requires the right combination of data and software. Continue Reading
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As hospitals and clinics implement physical security innovations with connected IoT devices, they must also establish protocols to enforce cybersecurity for such systems. Continue Reading
IoT brings benefits to business, government and consumers. But those features shouldn't come at the cost of security or less privacy for its users. Continue Reading
To ensure IoT devices that support OT aren't compromised from cyber attacks, IT teams can implement zero-trust security, digital twins and supply chain measures. Continue Reading
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IoT, while influential and beneficial, introduces several enterprise security issues. Key risks of IoT include network vulnerabilities and outdated software and firmware. Continue Reading
Certain IoT security concerns are hard to forget, such as IoT botnets, but others might not come to mind as easily, including DNS threats and physical device attacks. Continue Reading
Regulatory changes mean changes for IoT device creation. Design considerations around API permissions, AI data set bias and physical access can improve product security. Continue Reading