I mentioned in the Internet of Things (IoT) in Reading the Unreadable SROM: Inside the PSOC4 [Hacking Leader In Internet of Things Suppliers] as a growing, “Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 33.3%,” source of cyber insecurity.
Today, Bill Brenner writes:
WikiLeaks’ release of 8,761 pages of internal CIA documents makes this much abundantly clear: the agency has built a monster hacking operation – possibly the biggest in the world – on the backs of the many internet-connected household gadgets we take for granted.
That’s the main takeaway among security experts Naked Security reached out to after the leak went public earlier Tuesday.
I appreciate the confirmation!
Yes, the IoT can and is being used for government surveillance.
At the same time, the IoT is a tremendous opportunity to level the playing field against corporations and governments alike.
If the IoT isn’t being used against corporations and governments, whose fault is that?
That’s my guess too.
You can bulk download the first drop from: https://archive.org/details/wikileaks.vault7part1.tar.