Posts tagged WiFi
The Internet of Insecure Things

The US Government is currently drafting a 'green paper' in preparation of presenting a formal policy on the Internet of Things (IoT), acknowledging the highly insecure technologies that have hit the market in recent years. Demonstrating the growth of this market, the research and consulting firm Gartner, Inc. forecasts that 6.4 billion connected devices will be in use worldwide in 2016, increasing to 20.8 billion by 2020. 

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Public Wi-Fi – Sacrificing Security for Convenience

In my previous CyberLog post, I shared some of the information I learned while attending DefCon 23, an annual hacker conference held in Las Vegas. What I didn’t mention, though, were the things I had to take into consideration prior to my arrival. As this was my first time attending, I wasn’t sure what to expect so I did some research and talked to a few former DefCon attendees. 

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