Telecommunications firms like to talk up all the great things that so-called 5G cellular networks will bring to smart phones. But what new kinds of Internet of Things use cases may become possible? And, just as important, what are the security implications of massively distributed IoT endpoints connected to capacious 5G cellular infrastructure? Jason Ortiz of the cybersecurity services firm Pondurance joins us to talk about the impact of 5G on the IoT.
Tag: Internet of Things
A survey finds vast differences in security practices linked to IoT devices in the enterprise, with attacks concentrating on insecure IoT endpoints.
In this week’s episode (#120): more than 100,000 U.S. voters submitted their ballots in the last presidential election via email in 2016. Despite that: hardly any attention has been paid to the security of email and online voting systems used by 32 states.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 36:29 — 41.8MB)Subscribe: Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSSIn this episode of the podcast, #119: Electronic Frontier Foundation General Counsel Kurt Opsahl joins us to talk about the Coders’ Rights Project. Also: we speak with Senthil Ramakrishnan, a lead member of AT&T’s IoT Security group about that company’s plans to work with Ericsson to certify the security of IoT devices.
China is eyeing dominance of the Internet of Things (IoT) market and may use vulnerabilities in these technologies as the next front on its ongoing cyberwar with the United States, according to a new report.