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GigaOm, By Stacey Higginbotham
Security is the white whale of the internet of things. It’s forever discussed, but it seemingly can’t be solved. So in this week’s podcast I called up Tiffany Strauchs Rad of Kaspersky Lab to discuss how she thinks about securing our connected devices and what consumers can do to ensure they are reasonably responsible.
So while you might not want to connect your coffee pot to Twitter, Rad believes that most consumers shouldn’t worry too much about hackers compromising their individual homes. Listen to the podcast here.
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