Cybersecurity

Baby monitors, televisions, cars: the Internet of Things means more things than ever are at risk from cyberattack

Even the most benign of objects can be weaponized. Image: REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Hannah Bryce

Assistant Head, International Security, Chatham House

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