Haven’t we got more important things to talk about than information security for IoT? Perhaps, but only because IoT has so far largely flown under the radar of many attackers. At least, apart from hacked IP cameras, pacemakers and baby monitors. IoT devices are generally small, inconspicuous and at best, transparent to users. But they are already having an immense impact on our daily lives. The average household in a developed country today has around ten devices on their home network. More tech-savvy families can easily reach 40 or 50 devices. Many of these devices communicate not only locally on the home network but also with their manufacturer. In the worst case scenario, they can be reached directly from the Internet and are either not protected by a password or the default password has not been changed.
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