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SSDWEM   11/13/2013 6:57:27 PM
Yes, all these devices in the cloud... Ethernet interfaces, TCP/IP stacks... and how are they being secured again?

Sad thing is that many of these devices will be shipped with security vulnerabilities, and they'll be devices in charge of climate control, home security, industrial control & robotics, etc...

As usual, I suspect that our industry will be reactionary instead of proactive  :-(

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