Business Interruption, Financial Risk and the Internet of Things

A Q&A with Ashwin Kashyap of Symantec

On the long—and growing—list of cyber security concerns that keep risk managers up at night are business interruption due to denial of service attacks and the profound vulnerabilities in the Internet of Things. I asked Ashwin Kashyap, director of product management for Symantec, about these risks, the company’s latest research and what can be done to adequately prepare for potentially costly security breaches and business interruption.

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Bad Connections: Hidden Risks in the Internet of Things

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A Q&A with Larry Pesce of InGuardians
While the Internet of Things is making life more convenient, it’s also posing numerous security risks for both individuals and organizations. To find out more about why companies should keep an eye on these devices and how they can better mitigate risk, I spoke with Larry Pesce of InGuardians.

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Medical Device Hacks: When Cyber Risk Becomes Deadly

Insulin Pump HiResA Q&A with Benjamin Caudill of Rhino Security Labs
With every advance in the Internet of Things comes more risks, and nowhere is this more true than in the field of medical devices, which, if seized by the wrong hands, have the potential to do bodily harm. I spoke with Benjamin Caudill, founder and CEO of Rhino Security Labs, about the exposures created by embedded systems in medical devices and what risk managers, corporate leaders and the general public might need to know.

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