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IoT Regulation: Disarming a Ticking Security Time Bomb

On the morning of September 29, 1982, a twelve-year-old girl in the Chicago suburbs woke up feeling sick. Instead of going to school, she says home and takes a Tylenol early in the morning. She dies shortly after that. Not far away, around noon that same day, a 27-year-old postal worker takes two Tylenol and is pronounced dead a few hours later. In a sick twist, his brother and sister-in-law come to mourn his death and take pills from the same bottle, and both share his fate. Within days, a total of seven people died as investigators learn that someone had tainted Tylenol bottles throughout the Chicago area with cyanide. Read more