I will be speaking at the GSA Israel Executive Forum on October 14,2015.
The keynote I will deliver is titled: "Security: the Key Challenge to IoT Adoption".
For more information visit the event website.
Added on 2015-10-15: You can find the keynote slide-deck attached to this post.
Today it is ten years since the first post on this blog was published. This blog superseded an email bulletin that I maintained for seven years beforehand.
I am not the best blogger ever. I write much less frequently than I planned and wanted. Writing takes time that I do not always have; but more importantly, I try not to write unless I have something unique to say, and by doing this I feel I differentiate this blog from hundreds of others.
I was quoted by The Enquirer saying that we shall all assume that data (from wearables and otherwise) that is collected by service providers will never be deleted. The data collected by wearables is only as protected as the network that holds it – and it is likely to be stored indefinitely.
"The trend today, given the ever-decreasing cost of storage, is to store data forever. A CIO will prefer to pay a bit more for a little more disk space than risk his job and company prosperity by deciding to discard data that is one day determined to have been useful."
EDITED TO ADD: This story was also pubished by USA Today, and others.
An article and interview with me by Byron Acohido of ThirdCertainty about why surveillance cams are trivial to hack. The discussion also covers the stance of IoT security in general.