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The FBI Warns of IoT Security Issues Once Again

The FBI Warns of IoT Security Issues Once Again

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation has issued a warning about Internet of Things device security issues, the latest in a continuing string of IoT attack and security vulnerability warnings from the US’s top law enforcement agency.

Attackers are using compromised IoT devices as proxies to mask various illicit activities, the FBI said, citing spamming, click-fraud, illegal trade, botnets for hire, and other crimes being committed using IoT devices.

The Bureau said IoT device vulnerabilities are being exploited by these attackers, naming routers, media streaming devices, Raspberry Pis, IP cameras, network attached storage (NAS) devices as among the types of products covered by the warning.

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Why is traditional IT security failing to protect the IoT?

Why is traditional IT security failing to protect the IoT?

The traditional IT security architecture has been through a mammoth, global stress test in recent years thanks to the environment of escalating attacks and huge data breaches.

But perhaps the biggest challenge of all to the traditional IT security architecture has been in the IT evolution driven by the Internet of Things (IoT), Cloud Computing, Edge Computing and related innovations.

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Why choose TimeStorm IDE over standard Eclipse for embedded Linux development?

Why choose TimeStorm IDE over standard Eclipse for embedded Linux development?

As the product manager for TimeStorm, I am often asked the following two questions about TimeStorm, our Integrated Development Environment (IDE):

  1. Why would I need an integrated development environment?
  2. What can I do with TimeStorm that I can not do using Eclipse with available open source plugins?

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