Embedded computing is everywhere. It is in our car engines, refrigerators, and even in the singing greeting cards we send. With improvements in wireless technology, these systems are starting to talk with each other, and they are appearing in places like our shoes and wrists to monitor our athletic activity or health. This emerging Internet of Everything (IoE) has tremendous potential to improve our lives. But like any powerful technology, it also has a dark side: it will observe and implement many of our actions. Security in the IoE is likely to be even more critical than general Internet security. After reviewing some of the challenges in creating a secure IoE, Horowitz will describe a new research program at Stanford to address this issue.