Belkin validating identity certificate
Unlike with many other devices, the interconnectedness of the car can serve important safety functions — yet security vulnerabilities in cars can lead to the loss of lives.This chapter studies a low-range wireless system, followed by a review of extensive research performed by leading experts in academia.In this chapter, we predict plausible scenarios of attacks based upon our understanding of how Io T devices will serve our needs in the future.In this chapter, we take a look at two different hypothetical scenarios to gain a good appreciation of how people can influence security incidents.In the first scenario, we explore how an executive at a large corporation attempts to leverage the “buzz” surrounding the topic of Io T security with the intention of impressing the board of directors.In the second scenario, we look at how an up-and-coming Io T service provider chooses to engage with and respond to researchers and journalists, with the intention of preserving the integrity of its business.We also present actual case studies of attackers who have exploited these issues to conduct robberies.
It can be fun to use your smartphone to play with your home automation system and turn the lights on, heat the house and peek inside to see what your kids are doing.
It is extremely important to design security in the initial prototype and subsequent iterations toward the final product.
Security as an afterthought is bound to lead to finished products that put the safety and privacy of the consumers at risk.
We analyze and discuss features that can be found in the Tesla Model S sedan, including possible ways the security of the car could be improved.
The first order of business when designing an Io T product is to create a prototype, to make certain the idea is feasible, to explore alternative design concepts, and to develop specifications to build a solid business case.