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dlr5288
dlr5288
12/18/2017 6:32:24 PM
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Re: IOT Regulations
I think (hope) security in the future can be more protected. There has to be a strong way to keep these people out!

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Michelle
Michelle
12/1/2017 1:05:28 PM
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Re: IOT Regulations
Someone somewhere will live it someday (probably). Let's hope it doesn't come to that...

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dlr5288
dlr5288
11/30/2017 3:37:41 PM
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Re: IOT Regulations
That would definitely be a scary movie! Im always worrying about something going wrong with security and all of my data ending up in the wrong hands..

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Michelle
Michelle
11/25/2017 12:50:19 PM
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Re: IOT Regulations
No, I haven't seen that yet. Thanks for sharing. I suspected someone was already looking into this sort of thing. I guess the production value isn't so great??

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afwriter
afwriter
11/23/2017 7:40:11 PM
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Re: IOT Regulations
Looks like a good horror movie, but the idea of this being real is terrifying. Could the problem be solved by a kill switch of some sort?

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
11/20/2017 6:24:11 PM
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Re: IOT Regulations
Heh. Have you seen the "Slaughterbots" video? It's like a very bad science fiction movie that could be real. https://www.google.com/amp/www.sfgate.com/news/amp/UC-Berkeley-killer-robots-artificial-intelligence-12368152.php

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Michelle
Michelle
11/20/2017 2:50:21 PM
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Re: IOT Regulations
Oh wow -- You could write up a great spy movie with just such a plot angle. Cheap devices bring badware into homes. Devices steal data (lots of it). Attack plan driven by innovative ways devices can be used. Thousands suffer if ransom isn't paid by deadline. Ransomware deployed in second wave attacks...

 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
11/17/2017 8:29:22 PM
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Re: IOT Regulations
Cheap IoT devices are becoming more popular.. and need to be regulated before something diastrous happens. There are so many IoT devices that could also be spy cams or tiny bombers (drones with lithium batteries). Healthcare is particularly vulnerable as devices that are critical for life support could be targeted for life or death ransoms. 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
11/17/2017 8:21:24 PM
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UAVs for safety
> "Now we're using UAVs to go fly to the top of the cell towers and stream back 4K high-resolution video to provide visibility to the cell techs that are now on the ground. It's much safer, much more efficient and it proves that if you get tools in the hands of people who are really subject matter experts in their field, they're going to find a way to use those tools to improve safety and efficiency."

That's a great example of how drones can make jobs safer AND more efficient. All sorts of autonomous vehicles are going to make a ton of tasks easier and safer and more efficient. Tesla's recently announced semi-truck EVs are probably going to revolutionize the shipping industry. 

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Michelle
Michelle
11/15/2017 2:00:31 PM
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Re: IOT Regulations
Agreed. We're quickly moving into new territory. I never thought I would see a day where regulation might drive adoption. 

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