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High-Tech Story to Watch in 2017: How to Secure the IoT - IoT Evolution World (blog);

High-Tech Story to Watch in 2017: How to Secure the IoT - IoT Evolution World (blog)

IoT Evolution World (blog)High-Tech Story to Watch in 2017: How to Secure the IoTIoT Evolution World (blog)The most important high-tech story to watch in 2017 will be whether companies make substantial improvements in securing the Internet of Things ecosystem, which includes devices, networks, platforms and services. This story will be so crucial because ...and more »

Q&A: S2's Impact on Z-Wave and IoT Security - Electronic Design;

Q&A: S2's Impact on Z-Wave and IoT Security - Electronic Design

Electronic DesignQ&A: S2's Impact on Z-Wave and IoT SecurityElectronic DesignZ-Wave Alliance Executive Director Mitchell Klein discusses the S2 framework and what it means for the future of Z-Wave devices and beyond. Download this article in .PDF format. This file type includes high-resolution graphics and schematics when ...and more »

Internet of Things based DDoS attacks to rise in 2017: Report - The Indian Express;

Internet of Things based DDoS attacks to rise in 2017: Report - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressInternet of Things based DDoS attacks to rise in 2017: ReportThe Indian ExpressCybercriminals will use DDoS attacks in 2017 to extend their reach as several IoT devices with outdated codes with well known vulnerabilities still operate. 7. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. By: IANS | New Delhi | Published ...and more »

IoT-based DDoS attacks to rise in 2017: Report - ETTelecom.com;

IoT-based DDoS attacks to rise in 2017: Report - ETTelecom.com

ETTelecom.comIoT-based DDoS attacks to rise in 2017: ReportETTelecom.comIoT-based DDoS attacks to rise in 2017: Report New Delhi: Cybercriminals will use distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks in 2017 to extend their reach as there are now several Internet of Things (IoT) devices containing outdated codes and ...and more »

Executive Viewpoint 2017 Prediction: Webroot – Cybersecurity Threats Expected to Escalate - Virtual-Strategy Magazine;

Executive Viewpoint 2017 Prediction: Webroot – Cybersecurity Threats Expected to Escalate - Virtual-Strategy Magazine

Virtual-Strategy MagazineExecutive Viewpoint 2017 Prediction: Webroot – Cybersecurity Threats Expected to EscalateVirtual-Strategy MagazineWith the rise in popularity of IoT devices, hackers have access to more vulnerabilities than ever before. And with so much controversy surrounding cybersecurity and the recent U.S. election, we don't expect hackers to take a break from targeting ...and more »

Inside the mind of a hacker - TechSpot;

Inside the mind of a hacker - TechSpot

TechSpotInside the mind of a hackerTechSpotWriting about security is kind of like writing about insurance. As a responsible adult, you know it's something you should do every now then, but deep down, you're really worried that many readers won't make it past the second sentence. (I hope you're ...and more »

Fighting cybercrime using IoT and AI-based automation - Network World;

Fighting cybercrime using IoT and AI-based automation - Network World

Network WorldFighting cybercrime using IoT and AI-based automationNetwork WorldAutomation to the rescue? Advances in cognitive security may hasten early detection or at least remove the drudgery. Network World | Jan 17, 2017 4:00 AM PT. Email a friend. To. Use commas to separate multiple email addresses. From. Privacy Policy ...and more »

Security threats CIOs should watch out for in 2017 - MIS Asia;

Security threats CIOs should watch out for in 2017 - MIS Asia

MIS AsiaSecurity threats CIOs should watch out for in 2017MIS AsiaCybersecurity will continue to be a challenge for CIOs and their IT teams this year as they have to keep up with rapid global digitalisation while ensuring that the organisation is secure. CIO Asia spoke to industry experts to find out the top security ...and more »

IoT devices will be a prime target for Cybercriminals in 2017 - Tech2;

IoT devices will be a prime target for Cybercriminals in 2017 - Tech2

Tech2IoT devices will be a prime target for Cybercriminals in 2017Tech2Cybercriminals will use distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks in 2017 to extend their reach as there are now several Internet of Things (IoT) devices containing outdated codes and operating with well known vulnerabilities, a global security firm ...and more »

2017: Security to focus on data, IoT, cloud and mobile payment systems - MIS Asia;

2017: Security to focus on data, IoT, cloud and mobile payment systems - MIS Asia

MIS Asia2017: Security to focus on data, IoT, cloud and mobile payment systemsMIS AsiaThis vendor-written piece has been edited by Executive Networks Media to eliminate product promotion, but readers should note it will likely favour the submitter's approach. Tim Liu, Chief Technology Officer, Hillstone Networks. Hillstone Networks has ...and more »

IoT Vulnerabilities Open Up New Possibilties to Hackers - IT Business Net;

IoT Vulnerabilities Open Up New Possibilties to Hackers - IT Business Net

IT Business NetIoT Vulnerabilities Open Up New Possibilties to HackersIT Business NetInternet of Things is a revolution that has suddenly captured our imagination. As a technology, IoT is unique since it has a role to play in consumer, enterprise and industrial worlds. At the consumer level, the adoption of IoT for areas including home ...and more »

7 cybersecurity issues small businesses need to understand in 2017 - Bytestart;

7 cybersecurity issues small businesses need to understand in 2017 - Bytestart

Bytestart7 cybersecurity issues small businesses need to understand in 2017BytestartSecurity breaches and cybercrime incidents hit the headlines in 2016, as high-profile news of data breaches, malware, DDoS attacks and compromised systems became mainstream news. The news reports inevitably focused on cyber-attacks on major ...and more »