The Internet of Things security crisis has persisted for decades, producing a seemingly endless stream of under-secured consumer gadgets, corporate phones, printers, networking equipment, medical devices, and critical infrastructure sensors and controllers. By now, every industry has an IoT albatross around its neck. And though new devices are increasingly equipped with basic security protections, those minimum standards are just the beginning.
At the DerbyCon security conference in Louisville, Kentucky last weekend, researchers stressed the need for connected devices to step up security beyond the basics. That means more visibility ..