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Jim Hogan and Bernard Murphy on IoT Security: How the human body’s defense mechanism may be the model for repelling attacks on the IoT
October 16th, 2014 by Ed Lee
This article by Atrenta’s CTO Bernard Murphy and investor Jim Hogan has attracted a lot of interest.
Murphy and Hogan say that we can draw inspiration from biology on how to design the IoT fortress: specifically, how the human body wards off attacks from bacteria, viruses, other bad and harmful stuff.
And they describe in detail the concept on how electronic engineers can plan to do so.
It’s an intriguing piece that gives electronic designers a first huge step on how to secure the IoT and keep those of us who are IoT-interconnected – Borg Collective like – protected from the inevitable cyber attacks.
What do you think?
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