Any device that connects to the internet can be IoT. This means almost any device today, whether home (consumer) or industrial (business). And any connected device that's not properly secured and become a cyberattack vector. In fact, thousands of unprotected internet-connected devices have already been used for large botnet attacks on internet service providers (ISPs) and organizations.
That's why the Biden-Harris administration added IoT and OT to the National Cybersecurity Strategy and the FDA is now requiring medical device vendors to fully support and update their software over the entire lifetime of the device. In this Techstrong Learning Experience, we’ll discuss how a dynamic software bill of materials (SBOM) and accurate software testing early in the development life cycle can help vendors succeed in this rapidly changing environment.
In this Techstrong Learning Experience, you'll learn: