The Internet of Things or “IOT” is a physical device network that exchanges data. These devices have embedded sensors, actuators, and software, and often communicate over the internet. Examples of IOT devices include “smart home” devices like appliances, thermostats, security systems, and even lighting fixtures. Other examples in a corporate setting include medical and healthcare devices, transportation assets, manufacturing, agriculture, energy management, and even military applications. Security researchers often joke that the S in IoT stands for security. Many IoT devices weren’t designed with privacy or security in mind. In this episode, we invite special guests Chris and Casey from Phosphorous to the show to discuss IoT cybersecurity.

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