Samsung's smart device operating system, Tizen - designed to replace Google's Android OS - is the "worst code" ever seen, says security researcher.
The security industry is watching the growth of smart cities with increasing suspicion. Their gripe? How to defend them.
Finnish police are advising owners of cars with "smart" locking systems to put the keys in the fridge when they are at home.
Bitdefender has discovered vulnerabilities in a popular brand of 'smart' electrical socket which could lead to attacks on your local area network or the recruitment of the IoT device as part of a global botnet.
The root of the problem with malicious smart city hacking lies in the fact that sensors typically collect 'raw' data and then merely pass it on.
The recently discovered flaws in Comcast's XFINITY smart home technology was met with the comment that yes, but everyone else is just as bad. Why should this be true of IoT devices?
Industry giant, Dr Taher Elgamal spoke at RSA's conference on his idle thoughts of the future of smart cities
Hackers recently uncovered a man-in-the-middle vulnerability in a Samsung smart refrigerator.