Showing Blog Posts: 1–10 of 18 tagged Internet of Things

  • Internet of Things: It’s Not Just the Devices!

    by Ed Skoudis on October 24, 2016

    With the holiday season around the corner, families are about to introduce a new raft of high-tech, Internet-connected gadgets into their homes worldwide. At the same time, enterprises are increasingly deploying automated building control systems and lighting technologies. Local governments are also getting in on the act as the move toward smart cities gathers steam. These advancements represent…

  • The Connected Car: Security Is in the Slow Lane

    by RSAC Contributor on August 17, 2016

    By Lancen LaChance, Vice President of Product Management, GlobalSign Wi-Fi hotspots, navigation systems and self-parking technology—these are just some of the cool connected car features available today. No longer are cars just for driving, they are connected systems embedded in our personal data network with access to valuable information that is attractive to hackers. Safely building systems…

  • Bruce Schneier Talks About Securing the World-Sized Web at RSAC APJ 2016

    by Jennifer Lawinski on July 21, 2016

    What’s going to happen to our world as more of our devices come online as the Internet of Things explodes? That was the question Bruce Schneier, Chief Technology Officer of Resilient and security technologist, asked with his keynote address at RSA Conference Asia Pacific & Japan 2016 in Singapore. Schneier began by addressing the importance of the Internet of Things. “It’s a buzzword but I think…

  • Enterprise Security Concerns for Consumer IoT Devices

    by RSAC Contributor on April 22, 2016

    By Andrew Hay, CISO, DataGravity “What are the security implications of consumer Internet of Things (IoT) devices being introduced into modern business environments and how to you protect your organization as a result?” At RSA 2016 I was able to pose this question to a full room of business executives, IT architects, and security analysts who were responsible for dealing with this very real…

  • Building Security Into IoT Development Is Critical

    by Rook Security on March 30, 2016

    By Rushabh Vyas More and more devices connected to the Internet of Things are being used across the world every day. Why? They’re more available than they were before, and the hardware and applications involved in networking devices are inexpensive. Also, people want convenience. I mean who wouldn’t want to be able to feed or watch their pets from work, or even your child’s soccer game? As with…

  • Security Panel Warns IoT Will Change the Security Game

    by David Needle on March 4, 2016

    The year 2020, once a faraway-sounding era of future scientific marvels, is now only four short years away. When we get there we may still not have those flying cars we were promised decades ago, but the world will be very different than it is today. “There’s no doubt the hyper-connected world of 2020 will change how we live, work and play,” said Symantec CEO Michael Brown in an afternoon…

  • Experts Debate the ‘Threat’ of Autonomous Cars and Smart Robots

    by David Needle on March 1, 2016

    With the recent news that a Google self-driving car hit a bus because it's human assumed (incorrectly) that the bus would slow down for it, an RSA panel entitled Robot Cars, Risk and Ethics: Lessons for Artificial Intelligence was particularly timely. “The poster boy for artificial intelligence is learning to drive a car, but I want to emphasize that A.I. has a large role in cyber security,” said…

  • Weekend Reading: Microsoft Silverlight and the Internet of Things

    by Jennifer Lawinski on January 15, 2016

    We know your work days are so busy that many of the week's best infosec stories often get lost in the shuffle. That's where Weekend Reading comes in. We bring you the best news and analysis from the cybersecurity world, chosen by the field's best writers and editors. This week we take a look at Microsoft Silverlight, the Internet of Things and whether security metrics are actually doing you any…

  • 25 Years of Talking Security: The RSAC Advisory Board Reflects on the Milestone Anniversary

    by Sandra Toms on January 5, 2016

    In 1991, the first RSA Conference brought together cryptographers to share advancements in Internet security. Leading up to this year’s conference, members of our advisory board took some time to reflect on this milestone anniversary, the past 25 years of the security industry and how RSAC can continue to keep pace with the rapidly expanding cybersecurity world. “The Internet was really just a…

  • INAMOIBW and Other Trends from the 2016 RSA Conference Submission Review Process

    by Britta Glade on November 24, 2015

    In the coming weeks, the full RSA Conference agenda will be published (some great "early acceptance" sessions are already online), and it represents a carefully curated selection by the RSA Conference Program Committee of great speakers, critical topics, and interesting viewpoints. The curation process is very deliberate with industry experts reviewing each and every submission, debating the…

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