The University of Washington has developed a set of 42 playing cards for modeling security and privacy threats. The cards encourage you to brainstorm about potential threats along 4 dimensions:
You may print the cards yourself or request them from the university.
In an interesting turn, Hajime is a vigilante-style project intended to disrupt Mirai and similar IoT botnets.
The Shadow Brokers released nation-state NSA exploits and Rapid7 researchers explain what this means in a concise article, worth a read.
Think about it. We’ve been sending spacecraft into orbit and beyond for 50 years. Information security was not a primary concern. Many of these systems are IoT devices, in practice, and they won’t all have strong authentication processes or be updatable, so what is the impact if someone hacks a NASA probe? NASA chief has big concerns.