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GlobalSign became the latest Certificate Authority to promise PKI at Internet of Things Scale.

Scaling Security for The Internet of Things with MUD

In-brief: Cisco’s Marc Blackmer discusses a proposal before the IETF that would create a Manufacturers Usage Description (MUD) standard by which device makers and their customers to specify the kinds of activities and communications are allowed for Internet of Things devices.  

Breaches Without Borders: New Data Protection Laws Cast A Wide Net

Breaches Without Borders: New Data Protection Laws Cast A Wide Net

In-brief: Like it or not, U.S. companies will be expected to comply with strict new European breach notification laws. The good news: responding to breaches in this new regulatory environment just takes a little preparation, says Michael Bruemmer of Experian. 

Attendees at DEFCON work at mod'ing hardware in the hardware village. This year's show will feature an IoT Village, as well.

Podcast: Black Hat, DEF CON and building Secure Devices

In-brief: Paul Roberts talks with Marc Blackmer of Cisco Systems about the recent Black Hat and DEF CON conferences, as well as a proposal Cisco is working on a for a new, open standard for connecting use policies to intelligent devices. 

A Year Later, Clearly “Blackhat SEO” is still Working

A Year Later, Clearly “Blackhat SEO” is still Working

In-brief: Akamai lead researcher Or Katz shares longitudinal data showing that blackhat SEO campaigns designed to improve the ranking of web sites that collect cheating and marital infidelity stories have worked.

The Good, Bad and Ugly of Vulnerability Markets

The Good, Bad and Ugly of Vulnerability Markets

In-brief: Markets for information on software vulnerabilities are good for security. But they can also raise moral and ethical quandaries, especially in an age of cyber physical risks, argues Cisco’s Marc Blackmer.