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Protecting Your Identity with the Internet of Things

Thought LeadershipEva Velasquez | May 21st, 2015

Internet of Things

The internet of things—or IOT, as it’s commonly known—was once the stuff of science fiction, a newfangled “wave of the future” concept only experienced at futuristic demonstrations like the World’s Fair. But now many of these devices are already in use in millions of households around the world. They’ve become an interesting yet somehow still unknown entity in the world of technology, and industry experts have stated these products will be the norm just a handful of years from now. Read More

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4.1.15 Network World

Is it safe to use public WiFi networks? Network World tells you why it is not.

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Hotel Hacking Consumer Reports

Hackers infiltrate hotel WiFi – According to Consumer Reports you should think twice before you log on to public networks

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3.31.15 Free WiFi

Free WiFi Can Cost You Big and CBN News’ Video Shows You How

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3.26.15 Vulnerability

WIRED Takes a Look at how a Big Vulnerability in a Hotel WiFi Router Puts Guests at Risk

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China WiFi

Public WiFi in China carries high security risks according to Want China Times

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3.4.15 NY Daily News

NY Daily News Exclusive: City wants to sell its $500M underused WiFi network to improve service at lower cost

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3.4.15 Dell

The experts at Dell ask: “How do we live in tomorrow’s world of mobile security?” Discover their answer.

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3.3.15 Net-Security.org

Net Security reports a flaw in GoPro update mechanism reveals users’ WiFi passwords

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3.2.15 All Tech Considered

All Tech Considered Investigates How Free WiFi On Buses Offers A Link To Future Of ‘Smart Cities’

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2.19.15 The Register

Your child’s next Barbie will be WiFi-enabled and it might record your voices. The Register asks security questions.

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Protecting Your Identity with the Internet of Things

Thought LeadershipEva Velasquez | May 21st, 2015

Internet of Things

The internet of things—or IOT, as it’s commonly known—was once the stuff of science fiction, a newfangled “wave of the future” concept only experienced at futuristic demonstrations like the World’s Fair. But now many of these devices are already in use in millions of households around the world. They’ve become an interesting yet somehow still unknown entity in the world of technology, and industry experts have stated these products will be the norm just a handful of years from now. Read More

Breaking



4.1.15 Network World

Is it safe to use public WiFi networks? Network World tells you why it is not.

Read More...

Hotel Hacking Consumer Reports

Hackers infiltrate hotel WiFi – According to Consumer Reports you should think twice before you log on to public networks

Read More...

3.31.15 Free WiFi

Free WiFi Can Cost You Big and CBN News’ Video Shows You How

Read More...

3.26.15 Vulnerability

WIRED Takes a Look at how a Big Vulnerability in a Hotel WiFi Router Puts Guests at Risk

Read More...

China WiFi

Public WiFi in China carries high security risks according to Want China Times

Read More...

3.4.15 NY Daily News

NY Daily News Exclusive: City wants to sell its $500M underused WiFi network to improve service at lower cost

Read More...

3.4.15 Dell

The experts at Dell ask: “How do we live in tomorrow’s world of mobile security?” Discover their answer.

Read More...

3.3.15 Net-Security.org

Net Security reports a flaw in GoPro update mechanism reveals users’ WiFi passwords

Read More...

3.2.15 All Tech Considered

All Tech Considered Investigates How Free WiFi On Buses Offers A Link To Future Of ‘Smart Cities’

Read More...

2.19.15 The Register

Your child’s next Barbie will be WiFi-enabled and it might record your voices. The Register asks security questions.

Read More...
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