By The Baltimore Sun
| Oct. 24, 2015
"The hack was simple. Terry Dunlap tapped out a few commands on his laptop and within seconds a message popped on the screen: "Done!" With a few more keystrokes, he could see what the security camera could see and swivel it at will.
The demonstration by Columbia-based Tactical Network Solutions illustrates an increasingly widespread problem: A growing number of devices, from security cameras to cars to weapons systems, are designed to connect to computer networks — the so-called "Internet of things.""