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Consumers, the security of connected toys is pretty much up to you

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Connected toys, a hot holiday seller, aren’t all fun and games. What questions should buyers be asking about the security and privacy of connected toys?

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Mackey: Security isn’t ‘front of mind’ in the IoT

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IoT security isn’t keeping pace with the growth in IoT devices. Apparently, this is still news to many users and creators. What can we do to secure the IoT?

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Behshad Rejai on the past, present, and future of software development

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With 36 years of experience, Behshad Rejai, VP of engineering in the Software Integrity Group, shares her views of the future of software development.

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How are code quality and code security related?

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Code quality and code security aren’t the same, but they’re closely related. And in the current cyberthreat environment, developers should care about both.

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The state of cybersecurity in the physical security industry

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The challenges of video surveillance cybersecurity highlight some of the many issues that plague the use of connected devices in physical security systems.

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Feds seek to up their cybersecurity game

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Recent government cybersecurity initiatives assume that the federal government has a role to play in securing the IoT and critical infrastructure. Does it?

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The cyber-physical convergence is accelerating—and so are the risks

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Cyber-physical attacks are on the rise. As the IoT creeps further into our daily lives, so does the attack surface. What can we do to keep ourselves safe?

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The IoT: Still feature rich, security poor

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How to prevent IoT hacks: Secure your software before you release it. It’s not that hard. So why aren’t more IoT device manufacturers doing it?

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GAO report confirms major gaps in government cybersecurity

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The September GAO cybersecurity report stated that there are about 1,000 outstanding recommendations for automotive, military, and IoT security, among others.

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Better passwords in California won’t help much

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The new California password law demonstrates lawmakers’ misunderstanding of how connected devices work, how the internet works, and even how passwords work.

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