The Future of Connected Devices
More and more of our home devices—including thermostats, door locks, coffee machines, and smoke alarms—are now connected to the Internet. This enables us to control our devices on our smartphones, no matter our location, which in turn can save us time and money while providing convenience and even safety. These advances in technology are innovative and intriguing, however they also pose a new set of security risks. #BeCyberSmart to connect with confidence and protect your digital home.
Securing Internet-Connected Devices in Healthcare
The healthcare industry relies increasingly on Internet-connected devices and solutions to improve patient care, organizational efficiency, speed of crisis response, and much more. The emergence of telemedicine, digital health records, online medical devices, patient wellness apps, and an increasing amount of third parties entering the health supply chain has created many benefits. However, it has also exposed the industry to vulnerabilities that cybercriminals can exploit.
CYBERSECURITY WHILE TRAVELING
In a world where we are constantly connected, cybersecurity cannot be limited to the home or office. When
you’re traveling— whether domestic or international—it is always important to practice safe online behavior and
take proactive steps to secure Internet-enabled devices. The more we travel, the more we are at risk for
cyberattacks. #BeCyberSmart and use these tips to connect with confidence while on the go.