05 Nov A cyber-attack could stop the country
Our homes and cities are getting “smarter” – thermostats, video doorbells, sprinkler systems, street lights, traffic cameras, cars. all connected to the internet, collecting and transmitting useful data. And 5G superfast mobile is seen as a catalyst that will light up this massive network.But experts are queuing up to issue stark warnings about security.
“Security around IoT devices hasn’t been very good, so if they’re opened up to better connectivity they’re opened up to more hackers, too,” says Cody Brocious, education lead at security consultancy HackerOne.
The danger is that insecure devices will provide rich pickings for hackers
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