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Akamai: Security Challenges of IoT Just Got Real

Akamai has a report out this morning detailing yet another attack vector it is seeing out there, and it's one that may bring a dose of reality to the Internet of Things.  Since the term itself was coined, there have been cautions that security would be a big IoT issue.  But nevertheless that threat was […]
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