Connected car technology has been around at least since the mid-1990s, when GM’s OnStar system debuted in 1996. Today, most people think of the connected car as one that is connected to the Internet or some external service for information and entertainment, navigation, and, increasingly, safety. What does this connectivity do to the way we use these vehicles - what is its impact on our our security, our safety?
IoT security is certainly a challenging landscape. It was difficult enough to secure a select few smartphone operating systems like IOS and Android, but IoT is a whole new world with an unlimited number of non-standard device operating systems. Michael Lynch explores this world and the future it holds for the IoT device manufacturers.
As part of a community service project for school, when asked to write an article to describe a teen's view of cybersecurity, Serena L-G. produced this fantastic article that every parent should read.
Despite an increasing number of organizations are choosing to embrace the bring your own device (BYOD) trend, there are still considerable security risks involved that many are not aware of. This article will explain what are the possible security risks involved with BYOD and how to prevent them.
Breaking into a computer is like breaking into a house. However, breaking into a smartphone is like breaking into a brain. What does this mean? Expert Kevin Haley explains.