The Internet of Things—the interconnectivity between everything in our technological world—is not, by itself, resilient to cybercrime or immune from exploitation. The IoT actually facilitates communication—whether or not illicit.

Did you know that when your Facebook page gets hacked the personal information extracted from your account could be used in conjunction with other technical knowledge to attack your home security system, your vehicle’s electronic control unit, or even your biomedical devices?

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