To secure others you must be cybersecure yourself
Cameras, fire alarms, access control readers, and more are tasked with safeguarding and securing the public. However, as these devices connect to the internet, their own security can be compromised. VDOO research shows 90% of analyzed cameras can be hijacked through command injection or memory corruption, and fire alarms can be rendered useless from afar with similar techniques. Attacks like these not only pose threats to the public
but also make device developers and users liable, damaging their reputation and shareholder equity.