As technology develops, so do the risks associated with it. The idea of automated technology is intriguing, but it is crucial to understand potential threats.
The Internet of Things (IoT) encourages users to always be connected, to almost every active device and location. Advocates tout the benefits of sitting on our ever-expanding behinds with so-called labor-saving devices, while others warn of security risks, blatantly...
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Why would an employer consider biometric microchips for employees?
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Should governments and their departments secure data better than their company counterparts? Do the same risks of cyber-attack apply to them?
As IoT grows, how should networks be configured to optimize security and functionality? The answer depends on what values your company has.