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batye
batye
4/1/2016 5:46:35 AM
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Re: The concern with security
@Joe Stanganelli  thanks God I did not put any new BT technology in my washroom when my local Home Depot was clearing it out... other way I would be worry when I sit on it :) 

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faryl
faryl
4/1/2016 12:07:43 AM
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Re: The concern with security
Our car is a 2002 model, so I can play cassette tapes but can't play anything from iTunes; if I were buying a new car, I think blue tooth would be a key feature I'd look for!

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faryl
faryl
3/31/2016 11:25:30 PM
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Re: The concern with security
@Joe I love that movie! Though "Hackers" is still my favorite :)

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faryl
faryl
3/31/2016 9:03:04 PM
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Re: The concern with security
Then we just have to hope it doesn't become self-aware and smarter than we are! (Starting to veer into X-Files territory!)

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freehe
freehe
3/31/2016 7:52:52 PM
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Re: The concern with security
All this sounds great in theory but if one link in the chain is weak the security measures will not be as effective.

Since services, data, equipment, apss, etc. can be attacked at any point, companies must have properly secured IoT products and services to detect and recover from cyber attacks because hackers will never stop working.

 

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dlr5288
dlr5288
3/31/2016 5:37:59 PM
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Re: The concern with security
That's interesting.

I have also heard of family and friends not liking a car just because there were little or no smart features in the car. I think, especially today, that consumers just expect to have these smart features. And you're right, it is a big identifier in which way we are heading technologically.

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dlr5288
dlr5288
3/31/2016 2:43:49 PM
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Re: Security
yes, that's true.

I guess I was just thinking in reguards to best case scenario. You're right though. I think they just try and maintain security in a way that even if hackers get through that the information stored will not be shared.

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vnewman
vnewman
3/31/2016 1:20:20 PM
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Re: Security
@Joe - I like that analogy!  You are right about the layers.  We are 9 layers deep.  Our CIO's mantra is "We don't want to be on the front page of the New York times."

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
3/31/2016 10:53:02 AM
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Re: Security
"The initial plan, obviously, is to have no one be able to hack into any device"

To be precise, that's pretty wishful thinking -- but I'm being a bit pedantic now.  The ideal plan should be to reduce the attack area and vulnnerabilities as much as feasible while maintaining the necessary accessibility, and from there implement and maintain additional security factors to protect against intruders once a breach occurs.

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
3/31/2016 10:07:15 AM
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Re: The concern with security
@ms.a: Reminds me of the Satis smart toilet -- controlled by Bluetooth remotely -- and fully hackable.

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