The Internet of Things (IoT) is taking charge of the industry and our day-to-day lives. Interconnectivity between devices is simplifying, making networking a household phenomenon. For instance, a person staying abroad can monitor the safety of his elderly parents back home in India by remotely accessing and operating the security devices in his house—all thanks to the IoT connectivity.
Open source components tend out to be safe when a large number of people are seen reviewing the code. But that doesn’t mean it will guarantee that all the security issues have been found and fixed. And maybe that’s the reason why one needs to integrate industry standard security policies into your application. So what are you sitting tight for? Time to kick off vulnerabilities and protect your open source components.
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