A recent Dassault Systèmes blog What’s next in the Internet of Things? discusses the company’s view of the IoT and, of course, addresses the lingering concerns about the potential security risks in IoT-connected devices and the threats of hacking and infiltrating public IoT networks.
The article offers the following comment from Krisztián Flautner of ARM: “In theory, IoT devices are quite attackable because the security on them is often not very good. But, at the same time, you also have to know a lot about those devices and how they’re configured. To me, I’m not actually sure if the [hacking] threat goes up or down.”
I find this attitude a bit cavalier. Read More