ICSA Labs Blog: IoT

Smart door locks, fitness bands, home security cameras, oh my! 5 tips for consumers to protect themselves

Because of technology and the Internet of Things (IoT), our lives are different today than they once were and better, as a result, in so many ways.  We live in an age where one no longer needs a key to enter his/her home. Effortlessly, we can recount to our friends how many miles we have walked and calories we have burned. And we no longer have to be present to turn the lights on or off at home.

Attention vendors, developers and consumers: You have a responsibility to help make the IoT secure

In light of the recent attacks that exploited Internet of Things (IoT) devices, it seems timely to reinforce the importance of IoT security.

The proliferation of IoT and what is anticipated makes privacy and security a critical consideration for device makers and more importantly for those enterprises and consumers looking to acquire them.  

5 key attributes for cyberliability insurers to consider when insuring the IoT

The number of Internet-connected devices on the planet is projected to reach 25 billion by 2020, according to a 2014 report by Gartner. This goes beyond mobile phones to include household appliances, medical devices, automobiles, accessories and more.  

The connectivity and mobility the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies enable will fundamentally change the way consumers and businesses operate. While the benefits of mobility are clear, adding Internet connectivity to everyday devices introduces an unprecedented layer of complexity and risk.

ICSA Labs Highlights Key Security Trends Affecting Enterprises and Consumers in 2015

Security and privacy challenges are top of mind for everyone, as the Internet of Things and mobile device (and associated application) adoption continues to permeate every major industry. I sat down with our security experts at ICSA Labs to learn more about what major security technology trends they see impacting businesses and their customers in 2015. Here’s what they had to say: