An increasing number of home owners are installing internet-enabled voice assistants, creating more convenient and connecetd environments. However, these devices expose users to unique privacy and safety issues.
Smart security systems in buildings allow for easier, centralized management of security and safety, but these connected systems also come with exploitable vulnerabilities. This infographic provides a guide for managing these systems and securing devices.
The inevitable rise of IoT homes is driving a market hungry for convenience and efficiency, but this trend is also bringing up serious concerns. Who is ultimately responsible for securing IoT homes: buyers or manufacturers?
People should be able to use smart devices without worry, but the current reality makes this a challenge. The way today's home IoT devices are designed and built puts functionality to the fore and often relegates security as an afterthought.
It wouldn’t be Black Hat if the conference didn’t have demonstrations that show how some technologies can be improved. This year, a lot of topics covered the IoT, as well as drones, drones, and more drones.