Internet of Things (IoT) security has dominated the headlines the past few months. From the destructive Mirai malware (which is showing no signs of slowing down) to other massive IoT-fueled distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, it seems connected devices are the hot method of choice for attackers.
But don’t go off the grid and don a foil hat just yet. Following a few simple best practices can help keep IoT devices secure.
In the video above, hosts Ben Stricker and myself talk to A10 Networks Director of Cyber Operations Dr. Chase Cunningham about ways to protect IoT devices from threat actors so you don’t have to join the “analog of things” movement.