Does every device in your home really need to be connected to the internet? And could your smart appliance be turned against you?
Internet of Things
ESET researchers investigate what could possibly go wrong when you connect your bedroom to the internet of things
While you’re living out your fantasies, your internet-enabled sex toy may be setting you up for a privacy nightmare
The peace of mind that comes with connected home security gear may be false – your smart doorbell may make an inviting target for unwanted visitors
Better IoT security and data protection are long overdue. Will they go from an afterthought to everyone's priority any time soon?
Why are connected medical devices vulnerable to attack and how likely are they to get hacked? Here are five digital chinks in the armor.
The owners of the vulnerable indoor cameras are advised to unplug the devices immediately
You can now shore up your smart home security by leveraging Google's top security offering
In the rush to embrace IoT devices, we shouldn’t trade in our privacy and security for the added convenience
A helmet may not be enough to keep you safe(r) while riding an e-scooter
No more default logins on new IoT devices if UK legislators get their way
A device that is supposed to help parents keep track of their children and give them a peace of mind can be turned into a surveillance device
The study tested 81 IoT devices to analyze their behavior and tracking habits, and in some cases brought rather surprising findings
As cities turn to IoT to address long-standing urban problems, what are the risks of leaving cybersecurity behind at the planning phase?
An ESET survey of thousands of people in North America provides a peek into how they perceive the privacy and security of their smart home connected devices
An ESET survey polled 4,000 people to get a sense of their attitudes towards the privacy and security implications of smart home technology
The leak, which has since been plugged, exposed a range of highly specific and sensitive information about users
A reflection on whether this approach to addressing IoT security challenges can ‘deliver the goods’ and how consumer awareness can help
ESET researchers highlight a series of security holes in a device intended to make homes and offices more secure
The vulnerabilities, which resided in associated smartphone apps, were both easy to find and easy to fix