Security By Choice

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By John Moor As we see the application of IoT technologies evolve, it is gratifying to witness the fact that security has become an intrinsic part of the implementation debate. Whilst there are plenty of hacks and vulnerabilities that are still capturing media attention, we have made significant ground in recent times with industry

Internet of Things Security Foundation Announces Conference on “Building an Internet of Trust”

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Announces speakers and issues a call for papers Release Date: August 31st 2016 The Internet of Things Security Foundation (IoTSF) has announced its starting line-up of speakers for its second annual conference and is inviting the security community to further submit talk proposals. The conference is to be held at the Institution of

Medical IoT – A Call to Action

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IoT will become all-pervasive in industry, business and domestic settings, and healthcare is one of the sectors which has a great deal to gain. Introduction of IoT-type technologies is already underway - for example in wearables, implantables, injectables, robotics and automation. Yet there is likely to be pain as adoption rates increase and significant concerns

Is the Tesla Model S robust against hackers?

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In his talk "What I learned about IoT from hacking the Tesla Model S" given at the IoT Security Foundation's inaugural conference (Royal Society, London, Dec '15), Marc Rogers outlined how he managed to hack into the electronic systems of the iconic $90,000 car.   Yet despite finding a number of significant vulnerabilities, Marc not

IoT Security Foundation Conference

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Internet of Things Security Foundation announce IBM and KPMG speakers at inaugural conference

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Release Date: October 13th 2015 The Internet of Things Security Foundation (IoTSF) has announced an impressive starting line-up of speakers for its inaugural conference on December 1st in London. Speakers from IBM, KPMG, RHUL and Secure Thingz will take delegates beyond the constant and popular scare stories in the media, to focus on providing answers