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IDG Contributor Network: How to secure the Internet of Things and who should be liable for it?

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    Gartner researchers predict that by 2020 we will have 25 billion connected devices. Meanwhile, PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Global State of Information Security® Survey 2015 says that more than 70 percent of connected IoT devices, such as baby monitors, home thermostats, and televisions, are vulnerable because they lack fundamental security safeguards.

    After California Gov. Jerry Brown authorized autonomous vehicles to drive on roads without any restrictions, driverless cars have become one of the most common examples of connected devices. Meanwhile, just after the Jeep Hack story, security researchers demonstrated how a $60 low-power laser could easily alter driverless car behavior by fooling its sensors.

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