ManySecured is developing an open ecosystem to help routers and gateways better protect the network against IoT attacks.
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In this whitepaper we will provide an overview of the primary D3 data sharing use cases, highlighting the data sharing and data governance considerations.
Unlike a web server, which is placed in a physical secure hosting centre, an IoT device could be on a streetlight, in a field, in a garden or on the wall of a house. The risk of physical attack on IoT devices is higher even than for mobile phones, which a user tends to keep close to themselves at all times.
There is much talk of security issues arising in Internet of Things (IoT) systems, and for good reason. IoT devices provide a whole array of new attacks that are, generally, poorly understood and so, of course, weakly protected against.
Almost all consumer networking devices and a majority of IOT devices support local HTTP/S connections for management. This browser based interface is the typical default mechanism for managing, configuring and provisioning the device. The instructions in the user guides will give the user instructions to connect to the devices over http://192.168.0.1 or similar.