How the ‘insecurity of things’ creates the next wave of security opportunities.

Data from an HP IoT study shows that 80 percent of IoT devices failed to require passwords of sufficient complexity and length. As much as 70 percent of the devices did not encrypt communications. And 60 percent of these devices raised security concerns with their user interfaces.

https://techcrunch.com/2016/06/26/how-the-insecurity-of-things-creates-the-next-wave-of-security-opportunities/?ncid=rss

Apple beats Samsung by just one percent in American Customer Satisfaction Index

Apple moves up 1% to take sole possession of the industry lead at 81, just ahead of Samsung, unchanged at 80. Lenovo’s Motorola recedes 3% to 77, as does HTC (75), while LG remains at 74. Microsoft Mobile, with both Nokia- and MS-branded phones, dips to 74, followed by the smaller manufacturers, which edge up 3% to a combined score of 73.

Apple beats Samsung by just one percent in American Customer Satisfaction Index