News on IoT Network Security

Onboarding a new IoT device to your network can be frustrating, requiring you to revamp multiple network credentials so that approved employees can use the device.  There is currently a lack of trusted onboarding procedures and life cycle management for IoT devices.  This can lead to the connection of unauthorized IoT devices to your network, […]

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 FTC Enforcement Action: Facial Recognition App

The use of facial recognition remains largely unregulated in the United States, aside from several individual state and municipal laws.  But if your company or app policies commit that facial recognition will not be used unless the user expressly agrees, the FTC will be watching to make sure you deliver. The FTC recently entered into […]

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 IoT Devices and Civil Discovery

Are IoT devices making a concrete difference in civil discovery? ┬áThe answer is yes, but we’re still in the early stages. ┬áThe trend, however, suggests that eDiscovery is likely to undergo a sea change in the next 3-5 years, if courts direct defendants to produce raw IoT sensor data or big data analytics derived from […]

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 FBI Pointers for Smart Homes

Many of us have jumped on new smart devices that make things easier at home.  But as discussed in other posts, IoT devices are still plagued by security issues.  The FBI has weighed in with recommendations for anyone connecting a smart device at home.  “Your fridge and laptop should not be on the same network,” […]

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