Tips to staying secure in a connected world

As the Internet of Things grows, many things in our lives become more convenient. However, with more of our objects being connected to the internet, security and privacy concerns also are growing. We hear from Nadya Bliss, director of the Arizona State University Global Security Initiative, who shares ways to guard our security and privacy and in a world where just about anything can be connected to the internet.

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Nadya Bliss, director of the Arizona State University Global Security Initiative

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