Wearable technology – vulnerabilities are too often ignored –
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Wearable technology – vulnerabilities are too often ignored –

Whilst wearable technology and Internet of Things (IoT) are popular, security concerns are often ignored for convenience. Speaking to IT Security Guru, Dan Lamorena, senior director of HP Software Enterprise Security Products, admitted that despite there not having been a major incident yet regarding IoT or wearable technology, there are vulnerabilities inside whilst there is plenty (…read more)

Source: itsecurityguru.org

“We have not had a killer app on wearable tech, but a lot of items know where someone else is and the advantage from a criminal point of view is that they know what you are syncing to. Is the information personal or private? I think all things are a concern.”

Last month, research by HP Fortify On Demand found that 100 per cent of top security systems it studied displayed significant security deficiencies, including password security, encryption and authentication issues.

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