Author: Richard Kirk

May 25, 2016 | Richard Kirk

IoT: When Will Cyber Security Testing be Mandated?

What’s at the Back of your Fridge? Have you ever opened your fridge and wondered what is lurking behind the pots of out-of-date yoghurt? Given the pace at which the Internet of Things is evolving, this could be the least of your worries. As our homes become more connected, mostly without our consent, what does a connected home…

August 20, 2015 | Richard Kirk

Cybercrime – it’s just not cricket

Imagine that you are at a cricket match and a stray “6” heads straight for your friend's face who is sitting next to you. You may think at first “phew, thankfully that avoided me so I am not in danger!” but another thought could be “I'd better save my friend before he gets a…

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May 7, 2015 | Richard Kirk

There’s a Cuckoo in my Nest. Time to talk about security for the Internet of Things

As the Internet of Things rapidly becomes mainstream, I often wonder whether or not security is a primary concern for the product designers and developers. Time to market is a priority, and “quick and dirty” development leads to technical debt and vulnerabilities in the code. In addition, design of a successful product is top of mind. While this…

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