The huge wave of Internet of Things (IoT) enabled devices has the U.S. government worried that the technology harbors lurking security threats. According to a Defense One article, the U.S. Department of Justice has joined other agencies in evaluating IoT technology for national security risks And with up to 50 billion connected devices coming online […]
ISIS is a growing cyber threat, but don’t get too concerned about attacks on the Internet of Things just yet, according to business threat intelligence consultancy Flashpoint “Pro-ISIS hackers have emerged in the past two years with the intent to launch cyber-attacks on critical Western targets, and their numbers are growing,” said Flashpoint co-founder Laith […]
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