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Some good advice on the challenges of securing the IoT
The remainder of the article supports the premise of title, and I’ll cover all 6 points, but before I get to that, I’ll respond to the writer’s (there is no byline) comment on the above quote. My brother is a disabled Vietnam veteran. He has neither smartphone (he just visited here a few weeks ago, he has an old flip phone), nor a a smart TV, nor a smart microwave, and he lives in a spiraling downward post-industrial town with no intelligent streetlights or smart cars. He certainly doesn’t live in a smart home, he lives in subsidized housing courtesy of the VA for his service. There is a point here. Those of us in the technology industry believe everyone is like us. Twenty percent, or 66,000,000 of the US population does not have a smartphone. And smart traffic lights? That’s a promising idea, but how many cities and municipalities will have the budget to implement it?
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