The Internet of Things offers a beautiful, interconnected vision of the future. However, secure code has to underpin all things IoT because just one chink in the armor leaves us all vulnerable.
The pace at which the Internet of Things (IoT) is entering our homes and workplaces is phenomenal. This proliferation brings lots of potential benefits to users but it also presents numerous security risks. There is currently no common IoT platform; instead there are various tech giants competing to own the IoT platform of choice with securing that platform seeming to be a lesser consideration. The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)’s top ten IoT list of vulnerabilities gives recommendations on how to develop IoT applications that will help fight off hacking attempts. In the IoT space, releases are generally quick and often so OWASPs top ten is certainly helpful but they can only have a positive affect if the underlying application code itself is secure.Click here to continue readinghttps://www.checkmarx.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Logos-for-INT-345×195-px.png