Smart Doorbell Disaster: Many Brands Vulnerable to Attack

Smart doorbells, designed to allow homeowners to keep an eye on unwanted and wanted visitors, can often cause more security harm than good compared to their analog door bolt alternatives.

IoT Security Foundation unveils online platform to help IoT vendors report and manage vulerabilities, an online platform designed to help IoT vendors receive, assess, manage, and mitigate vulnerability reports has been launched by the IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF).
September 29, 2020

White hat hacker infects smart coffee machine with ransowmare

Martin Hron, a senior researcher at security firm Avast, hacked the iKettle coffee maker’s third version, which costs $230, and installed ransomware, without compromising the network or router.
September 17, 2020

Coffee machines, cuddly toys, and cars: The Internet of Things devices that could put you at risk from hackers

More and more devices are being connected to corporate networks - and in many cases, organizations don't even know they're there. But cybercriminals do.

Hackers can clone your lock keys by recording clicks from smartphone

The recording helps attackers determine the time lapse between the audible clicks to identify the distance between the key ridges. This information can be processed to create several likely keys.

Did IoT Cyberattacks Just Get Serious?

Did IoT Cyberattacks Just Get Serious? - Cybersecurity news - Internet-of-Things
The advent of IoT has driven technological and economic advancements. However, this has also resulted in a rise in the number of vulnerable smart devices.

Elon Musk says two-factor finally coming to Tesla app – TechCrunch

Tesla CEO Elon Musk acknowledged that the company was ‘embarrassingly late’ rolling out a security layer known as two-factor authentication for its mobile app.

New Cybersecurity Standard for IoT Devices Established By ETSI

ETSI EN 303 645 outlines 13 provisions for the security of a wide range of IoT consumer devices and their associated services.

Ripple20 Threatens Increasingly Connected Medical Devices

Healthcare is "particularly susceptible" to Ripple20, report researchers with CyberMDX who aided JSOF in the investigation by helping to profile devices and identify exposure.

IoT Alliance Australia Developing New 'Trust Mark' Certification for IoT Devices

The IoT Alliance Australia is developing an independent certification and testing program designed to ensure connected devices meet high security and privacy standards before they hit the market.

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