Tag: Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things(IoT) creates unique compliance and risk challenges.  It’s a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals — or even people — that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.

Why and How IoT Companies Should Prepare for Law Enforcement and Other Demands for Production of Data

Since many IoT devices capture data, IoT companies are fielding and will increasingly field requests for the data in connection with criminal or civil proceedings. Attorneys from Morrison & Foerster discuss the growing demand and what IoT companies should consider going forward. There are an estimated 10 billion internet of ...

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5 Upcoming Trends in Compliance

2018 demonstrated that cyber threats are far from being tackled. Coalfire’s Adam Shnider discusses how in 2019, we can expect compliance and governmental bodies to set the bar even higher to protect data. While it may appear that enterprise security teams and compliance frameworks have stepped up their game to ...

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7 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018

The Inherent Risk (and Reward) of Innovation This year, cybersecurity officers must rethink their end-to-end security ecosystem. Top priority will be identifying and addressing evolving vulnerabilities to people, processes, technologies and service providers. It's time both to re-evaluate the overarching security strategy and to take a more security-minded approach from ...

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When Ransomware Marries IoT

For Cybercriminals, it’s a Match Made in Heaven This is an age in which ransomware has made the barrier to entry for would-be cybercriminals lower than ever. And, with the proliferation of IoT devices, for attackers, there’s ample opportunity to compromise smart devices. And the convergence of these two threats ...

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