Posts tagged with: Iot

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What does the future hold for Home IoT device companies? Thoughts about cybersecurity threats

April 15, 2019 by Sharon Mirsky

First of all, I have nothing against Security by Design. Let’s sort this one right out the gate! My point in this article is that Security by Design on its own is not enough. That’s something I can safely stand...

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“Hey Google, can you please hack Alexa”?

April 04, 2019 by Sharon Mirsky

Smart home assistants are pretty popular these days, and for a good reason - they are time-saving, convenient, fun and addictive! Working in the cybersecurity industry and being familiar with the security risks that rely on IoT endpoint devices, I...

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P2P Hole punching in Home IoT – A best UX or build in security vulnerability?

March 03, 2019 by Shaked Ilan

There’s a punch, and then there’s P2P Hole punching… It’s no news that many home IoT devices are constantly sending data to their corresponding mobile apps, especially when it comes to video and audio. Consumers are therefore looking for devices...

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A Fresh View on Home Network (in)Security

February 20, 2019 by Shir Rinot

Let’s talk about home network security. There’s a lot of confusion surrounding the security of the private home LAN. In this post, we will shatter the security myth and demonstrate how IoT devices are easily hackable even when they reside in...

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The Illusion of Security By Design

February 07, 2019 by Orr Chen

Security by design, an approach that seeks to make systems free from vulnerabilities during product design, is gaining popularity in the IoT world. Setting a strong security foundation and designing for privacy is necessary. However, this is just the first step...

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The Story of Firedome

January 21, 2019 by Moti Shkolnik

We are Firedome, and earlier this year we embarked on a mission to spread security across the home IoT industry. Over the last few years, this industry has been rapidly assimilated into our lives with very little security in mind....