Hacking Your Kid’s Smart Toy! The New York Post quotes Marcus Harris on the hacking of smart toys made by CloudPets, noting it’s one of the first times a toy has been pulled from the shelves due to digital security concerns. Retailers will stop carrying the stuffed animals after the company exposed more than two…
Marcus Harris Interviewed by MarketWatch On CloudPets Hacking Potential When major retailers including Walmart and Amazon stopped selling CloudPets because of hacking concerns, Marcus Harris told MarketWatch it was a landmark decision because it was one of the first times a toy was removed from store shelves due to digital security worries. (see article here)
On June 12, 2018, Marcus Harris discussed a popular children’s toy being pulled from the shelves of retailers because of concerns it could be hacked. He was interviewed on WHO Newstalk Radio in Des Moines, Iowa.
Marcus Harris Discusses the Decision of McAfee & Symantec to Allow Russians Source Code Access Marcus Harris discusses the cyber-security risks associated with the decision by companies like McAfee and Symantec to allow the Russians to look at their source code.(see below for interview)