The Internet of Things (IoT) and subsequent explosion of connected devices have created a world of opportunities we might never have anticipated. But have these new capabilities and associated connectivity come at the expense of security?
We often hear how insecure embedded devices around us are and with sensors communicating from the most seemingly benign of devices – watches, thermostats, kettles and even garden equipment – what are the key challenges for organizations in making IoT devices that are safer by design? What are the design constraints that lead to these devices being insecure?
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