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A Tiny New Chip Could Secure the Next Generation of IoT

December 7, 2017View for printing

The Internet of Things security crisis persists, as billions of inadequately secured webcams, refrigerators, and more flood homes around the world. But IoT security researchers at Microsoft Research have their eye on an even larger problem: the billions of gadgets that already run on simple microcontrollers--small, low-power computers on a single chip--that will gradually gain connectivity over the years, exponentially expanding the internet of things population. And that connected electric toothbrush needs protection, too.

Lily Hay Newman

https://www.wired.com/story/project-s ... t-security/
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