Fixing IoT — How to stop poking giant holes in our defenses

July 26, 2018 Mayuri Kumar

Anyone who has watched the news in the last couple of years has likely heard about the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT is a catch-all term for any connected computing device that doesn’t fit into the traditional definition of a desktop, laptop, or server. These devices are typically made inexpensively and are designed to run as easily as possible with minimal setup. IoT devices are quickly growing in numbers to eclipse more traditional endpoint devices, with over 20 billion IoT devices connected in 2017, and that number is growing fast this year.

 

 

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