The Internet of Things (IoT) has become one of the hottest topics among security and privacy experts in the last two years. In October 2013, when CyberTECH produced “Securing the Internet of Things,” the first “think tank” event on the topic, most people where just coming to terms with what the IoT was and what its impacts on security and privacy might be.
Ubiquitous connectivity and advances in cloud computing that enable storage and real time analytics of collected sensor data are powering the explosion of the IoT. From the automated home to the smart factory floor, startups and well . . .