Internet of Insecurity: Can Industry Solve It or Is Regulation Required?


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The rise of IoT has brought forth a new generation of devices and services representing significant innovation, yet all too many ship insecure and are not supported over their life. They have become proxies for abuse with a capacity for causing significant harm. Can we wait for industry and stakeholders to adopt trust frameworks and seal programs or do we need government to step in?

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Bruce Schneier

Security Technologist, Researcher, and Lecturer, Harvard Kennedy School

Craig Spiezle

Founder, Agelight Advisory and Research Group

Olaf Kolkman

Chief Internet Technology Officer, Internet Society

Security Strategy & Architecture Mobile & IoT Security

government regulations patch management privacy threat management risk vulnerability assessment Internet of Things


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