Digital security expert Gemalto has revealed its latest research shows that only around half (48%) of businesses can detect if any of their Internet of Things (IoT) devices suffers a breach.
The Internet of Things is here to stay, but as connected cars, toasters and many other devices are targets for hackers, this year will see consumers keen to safeguard their devices.
Microsoft this week announced a new set of tools to help secure Internet of Things projects within corporate environments.
The latest WorldwideSemi-annual Internet of Things Spending Guide from International Data Corporation (IDC) suggests that total spending on IoT solutions in Europe will maintain a double-digit annual growth rate throughout between 2017 and 2022, and surpass $241 billion (€210 billion) in 2022.
A report by Fortinet has revealed that the Internet of Things (IoT) is a big risk to business security, with half of the top 12 security exploits reported in the fourth quarter of 2018 relating to such devices.
More needs to be done by Internet of Things manufacturers to protect users’ smart home devices from being hacked, according to a recent report.
Secure your IoT devices say security specialist Cyxtera Technologies, after research found that IoT devices are now under constant attack.