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Internet of Things
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IoT systems have many challenges. Here are 5 which result in paradoxical security conflicts.
Why it is best to use a ‘smart universe’ such as Nest or HomeKit.
The point of greatest vulnerability is the remote support server. How can you tell whether that could be breached?
What security measures should apply to local communications, and those made by a device with the Internet?
Which operating systems are most suitable and secure, and how should they be updated?
Sales of ‘smart’ devices like thermostats are growing exponentially. But how can you place trust in their security?
Would you buy electrical goods which did not meet an appropriate standard? Then what about a security standard for IoT devices like baby monitors?
Just as drug cheats always seem several steps ahead of those trying to stop doping in sport, so computer security is always playing catch-up to hackers. And now they can hack into vending machines.