Embrace the Suck: How to Protect IoT Devices You Can't Change
In the past few years manufacturers have been taking products that have existed for years or decades already and decided to put computers in them and connect them to the Internet. From cars, to smart home devices like Echo, to smart meters, to elevators, there has been orders of magnitude more devices that are now connected. The problem is that, in most cases, you can't make any real changes to them so how do you apply controls and maintain the security of your network with thousands of these devices now being connected that you may not even be able to log in to? There are perceptions of what threats these devices can pose, but there are life-safety risks that are not adequately addressed.