|Volume XVII Issue 27 | August 1, 2016|
Security challenges are a present issue as the world invents new technology each day. This week, CAST offers insight into IoT security considerations and how the introduction of new devices and data sources welcomes the possibility of corruption. For the latest industry news, current editorials, links to our Buyers Guide and Software 500, and more, visit softwaremag.com. Follow us on Twitter and visit our Web site for the latest industry news. Also, check out the July digital edition.
|IoT Security Considerations
Every day, it seems we read something new about how the Internet of Things (IoT) is going to change our lives. Whether it’s in the form of self-driving cars, smart home appliances, fitness trackers, or retail solutions, the IoT is going to make our lives better.
But what IoT advocates and marketers don’t always take into account are the security challenges presented by …more
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