Smart Home Cybersecurity

3Q 2016 | Technology Analysis Report | AN-2313 | 26 pages | 4 tables | 2 charts | 3 figures | PDF

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Table of Contents

  • 1. DELVING INTO THE SMART HOME MARKET
    • 1.1. Definitions and segmentation
    • 1.2. Research methodology and main assumptions
    • 1.3. The state of security
    • 1.4. AN INSECURE STAGE FOR HOME AUTOMATION
    • 1.5. NEW THREAT VECTORS: USN AND PERVASIVE SENSING
    • 1.6. CHALLENGES AHEAD
  • 2. CYBER DANGERS LOOMING OVER THE SMART HOME
    • 2.1. RISKY POTENTIAL FOR THIRD-PARTY DEVELOPER APPS
    • 2.2. PIN EAVESDROPPING AND INSTALLING "BACK-DOORS" ON DOORS
    • 2.3. GAINING ENTRY TO SMART HOME NETWORK VIA THE FRONT DOOR
    • 2.4. LEVERAGING ZIGBEE LIGHT LINK'S VULNERABILITIES TO GAIN ACCESS TO SMART HOME NODES
    • 2.5. EXPLOITING ZERO-DAYS IN AN EMERGING SEGMENT
    • 2.6. RANSOMWARE AND THE FLIP SIDE OF BITCOIN
    • 2.7. API AND CODE INJECTION
    • 2.8. SMART HOME MALWARE - A CHANCE FOR ANTIVIRUS FIRMS TO INCREASE THEIR REACH
    • 2.9. OTHER ATTACK VECTORS
  • 3. BUILDING TOWARD SECURE SUSTAINABLE HOME AUTOMATION
    • 3.1. COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS - MARKET OUTLOOK
    • 3.2. Z-WAVE, ZIGBEE, WI-FI, AND BLUETOOTH
    • 3.3. UPDATED VERSIONS ENTER THE FRAY, BUT CERTAIN SECURITY ISSUES REMAIN
    • 3.4. GUIDELINES FOR VENDORS
  • 4. SUMMARY AND FUTURE OUTLOOK


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