Forget Power Stations, Worry About Toasters, Cyber Experts SayBy
Internet of Things will fail if security concerns unanswered
`We ain't seen nothing yet,' ARM executive says of IoT risk
Hijacking “smart” toasters and refrigerators and hacking corporate ventilation systems are among the new threats envisioned by cybersecurity experts as an increasing array of items are connected to the Internet.
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