When first introduced, the technology that allowed devices to connect to a network was exclusive to large companies and governments. Today, most people carry a fully networked computing device in their pocket, and with the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), you can add devices such as your fridge and our home’s security system to this interconnected world. The security of these connected devices is therefore increasingly important. Although you might not be too concerned about someone disclosing the details of how many yogurts you buy, if your smartphone is compromised over the same network as your fridge, you could lose all your personal and financial information to a malicious attacker.

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