Could We Finally Have a Secure IoT, Courtesy of the NSA?

Joel Hans - RT Insights
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When it comes to security, the IoT doesn’t have the greatest track record. Perhaps most notably and recently, a large volume of IoT devices were hacked to form a botnet and launch a massive DDoS attack. Even when we accept that many of the most critical vulnerabilities are with consumer-level devices—enterprises tend to have, at the very least, an active role in the security of their internal systems. That role was clear in a recent webinar featuring The Bloor Group and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise: “Security needs to be designed in from the get-go.”

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