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Research: "Smart home" system easy to hack

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 03, 2016

Researchers at the University of Michigan say the top-selling "smart home" automation system has "significant design vulnerabilities." They made that conclusion after they hacked into the system and obtained the PIN code to open a home's front door. "The bottom line is that it's not easy to secure these systems," says professor Atul Prakash. University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) (05/02)


US Supreme Court gives feds power to hack computers from anywhere

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 02, 2016

Why threat intelligence gateways are the best way to stem cyberattacks

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 03, 2016

Experts discuss possible cybersecurity scenarios for near future

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 04, 2016

How big data may be the key to better user authentication

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 02, 2016

Blueprint for colleges offers tips for responding to cyberattack

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Apr 29, 2016

Studies: IT leaders cite lack of communication, efficiency as deterrents to security

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 03, 2016

How college IT departments can balance privacy, security

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Apr 29, 2016

Sens. Feinstein, Burr defend encryption bill in The Wall Street Journal

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Apr 29, 2016

Stealth becoming more common tactic among cyberattackers

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 04, 2016


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