Posts Tagged ‘internet of things’

IoT security weaknesses

IoT security weaknesses

The Internet of Things (IoT) is essentially a network of devices that are interconnected to function as a larger unit. At home, you might have your alarm clock trigger your toaster to prepare a piece [...]

5 IoT risks credit unions should consider

5 IoT risks credit unions should consider

The Internet of Things (IoT) industry is growing rapidly, but so is the rate of cybercrime. Cybersecurity Ventures “expects global cybercrime costs to grow by 15 percent per year over the next five years, reaching $[...]

The need to know: IoT security

The need to know: IoT security

Welcome to the digital world, where cellphones hold your entire life in its database, tablets have become the new spiral notebooks, and contactless transactions make your day-to-day norms feel like futuristic experiences. The Internet of [...]

Smart homes don’t deserve dumb banking

Smart homes don’t deserve dumb banking

Today a “smart home” uses technology to provide homeowners (or renters) greater comfort, convenience, and security as well as energy efficiency — even when no one is at home. Smart Homes include any number of “smart” [...]

Stickley: Internet of Things poses big risks

Stickley: Internet of Things poses big risks

The Internet of Things (IoT) is here to stay. In fact, there are there are currently eight billion IoT devices on this planet, says security consultant Jim Stickley, with that number expected to rise 20 [...]

What is sublimation and how do I avoid it?

What is sublimation and how do I avoid it?

When anything solid turns into a gas without first becoming liquid, that's sublimation, according to Wikipedia. When the surface layer of snow or ice turns into fog or steam without melting, this is an example [...]

2016 cyber security threat predictions

2016 cyber security threat predictions

Any company dedicated to the protection of sensitive personal and financial information knows it is becoming more and more challenging to execute each year. Aggressive employee training programs and testing on avoiding phishing attacks and [...]

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