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Internet of Things (IoT) Security Threats News
August 18, 2021
Mandiant warns the vulnerability, which could affect more than 80 million IoT devices, poses a huge risk to end users' security and privacy and should be mitigated appropriately.
June 29, 2020
Organizations that use IoT devices at risk from the Ripple20 vulnerabilities must secure them through patching, network segmentation and zero trust.
June 22, 2020
Microsoft is acquiring CyberX to boost its IoT security offerings, though it's unknown whether CyberX will remain a separate entity or be integrated into Microsoft.
February 05, 2020
Armis Security disclosed five vulnerabilities, dubbed 'CDPwn,' in Cisco's Discovery Protocol, which impact 'tens of millions' of Cisco devices such as routers and IP phones.
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Cybercriminals can use thousands of hijacked devices to create swarm attacks. These attacks target networks or edge devices, and share intelligence in real time to refine an attack as it takes place. Continue Reading
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IoT, while influential and beneficial, introduces several enterprise security issues. Key risks of IoT include network vulnerabilities and outdated software and firmware. Continue Reading
Just as security within an organization is everyone’s responsibility, all parties involved in the IoT and OT asset lifecycle must take responsibility for security and resilience. Continue Reading
IoT is now taking to the sky in the form of drones. While these devices offer insurmountable business opportunities, the inherent security vulnerabilities leave some businesses unsure. Continue Reading