The Internet of Things (IoT) has arrived, and its influence continues to grow. It may not be spreading as fast as expected, but IoT is beginning to see widespread deployment. Manufacturers are racing to grab as much market share as possible.
IoT promises to automate many daily processes. However, an absence of checks and balances such as cyber laws and regulations may result in IoT becoming more of a nuisance than helpful.
While cybersecurity policies, standards and laws in this current, generally pre-IoT landscape are fairly mature, IoT introduces several new peculiarities.