Vendors must adapt a different approach for IoT than was done with the Internet, which was “you are the product, not the customer.” Sticking with this old approach would treat IoT user privacy as second fiddle. Getting privacy right is even more important with IoT than it is with computers because IoT extends beyond a smartphone or laptop screen to end user applications such as Internet-connected baby monitor video cameras, door locks that can be opened remotely with an app, wearables that track our movement and smartphones that track our location.
Monday, November 2, 2015
IoT security & privacy requires overcoming a legacy of insecurity
Head over to Network Computing to read Isaac's article about Internet of Things security and privacy work we're engaged in.
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