All About IoT Security
Welcome to our Security Hub - curated content and resources for your review. Security gaps abound across the landscape of IT, but the Internet of Things world has a particularly poor reputation. Why? A rush to create new products means vendors don't always give security enough attention (a problem for vendors in all corners of IT). IoT hasn't had time to solidify security standards and best practices. Hackers focus attention on new IoT devices and uncover holes faster than patches can plug them. And so on, with issues common to IT products of all kinds.
In IoT, "security" can mean many things: cybersecurity, physical security, cameras, surveillance, encryption, public keys, liability and on and on. IoT may be a fairly new area, but the same old security issues are waiting for you.
Keep an eye on this list. As products change security processes, new articles will explain the upgrades. As new and better cameras improve the quality of surveillance, new articles will highlight those advantages. As edge security better protects IoT devices, success stories will explain how the improvements were made.