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Spotlight Podcast: CSS on why Crypto Agility is the Key to Securing Internet of Things Identities

Spotlight Podcast: CSS on why Crypto Agility is the Key to Securing Internet of Things Identities

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 34:12 — 39.1MB)Subscribe: Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSSIn this Spotlight Edition of the Security Ledger Podcast: identity is at the root of many of the security problems facing the Internet of Things, from vulnerable and “chatty” endpoints to a lack of robust update and lifecycle management features. To figure out how we might start to build a more secure IoT ecosystem, we invited Judah Aspler, the Vice President of IoT Strategy at Certified Security Solutions, or CSS Security in to talk about how more agile PKI infrastructure is one element in scaling the Internet of Things without creating a giant security mess. 

The website Bellingcat displayed recorded activities globally from the past 6 months. Left to right: Global, North Korea and South Korea, French Polynesia, Antarctica. (Image courtesy of Bellingcat.com)

Fitness apps: Good for your health, not so much for military security

Fitness apps are proving to be a lot less beneficial to military security than they are for military fitness. That after researchers in the Netherlands discovered that data from the Polar fitness app revealed the homes and habits of those exercising in clandestine locations around the world, including intelligence agencies, military bases, nuclear weapons storage sites and embassies.