08/31/17 10:17 am

In our first article in this series, we talked about two key areas of IoT software vulnerability, injection flaws, and broken authentication and session management.

In this article, we will review three additional areas for concern and investigation to ensure a safe IoT application including:

Cross-site scripting Insecure Direct Object References Security Misconfiguration

Cross-Site Scripting

Cross-site scripting — or XSS — vulnerabilities are the most widespread web application security flaw and occur when an application is used by an attacker to send a malicious script to an unsuspecting end user.

In our first article in this series, we talked about two key areas of IoT software vulnerability, injection flaws, and broken authentication and session management.


08/24/17 10:02 am

In our recent ciqada white paper, we outlined ten critical areas where security issues can impact the safety of your IoT systems. We will re-cap this information in four articles, each of which will focus on two to three elements that should be considered to help protect your IoT enabled devices and systems.

In this article, we will talk about injection flaws along with broken authentication and management.


07/25/17 9:57 am

Injection molded plastics are used to produce a range of parts, from small electronic components to larger pieces of equipment.

This process offers many versatile solutions and unique benefits, but it’s a practice that depends on the strength of its design.

A bad design can mean losing time and money correcting mistakes, while the right design can result in durable, high-quality parts.


07/13/17 9:54 am

Are you having problems with trying to incorporate Internet of Things technology into your new product? According to a new survey from Cisco, you’re not alone.

Projections from Gartner show IoT technology reaching more than 20 billion devices by 2020, while IDC predicts there will be 82 billion IoT endpoints by 2025.

Yet Cisco’s study – released last month at the IoT World Forum – found that 60 percent of IoT projects flounder at the proof of concept phase.