Tag Archives: Internet of Things

Intrusion Into the Internet of Things

Welcome to the Internet of Things Intrusion team’s first blog. The Internet of Things—or IoT for short—is a fancy term for the interconnected devices that make up our world. Many consumers know these devices as “smart” devices. For example, your smartphone can connect to your smart fridge to let you know when you’re, say, out […]

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Internet of Things at Magnet User Summit 2019

INTRODUCTION During the first week of April, I had the privilege of attending the Magnet User Summit in Nashville, Tennessee. Previously held as a separate training right before or after EnFuse in Las Vegas, the Magnet User Summit is a two day conference put on by Magnet Forensics. It features talks and hands on labs […]

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Internet of Things Forensics

Introduction With more internet connected devices than people on Earth, the “Internet of Things” (IoT) is a quickly expanding field of technology. The term IoT refers to physical objects that can communicate or send and receive data over a network. These objects can include everything from a crockpot (from WEMO) and slippers (from 24eight) to […]

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