The Internet of Things (IoT) is gaining mass adoption by business, government, and consumers. It’s enabling new business opportunities and re-shaping industries of all kinds as organisations seek to rapidly capitalise on digital transformation.
From financial services, healthcare, and retail to utilities, and manufacturing, IoT is set to be the next revolution because of its role in connecting businesses, machines and users. However, many IoT systems are typically unsecured, and therefore prone to cyber attacks.
Dimension Data research into attacks targeting IoT devices, published in their 2017 Global Threat Intelligence Report, indicates that IoT devices are increasingly becoming sources and targets of attack. Learn more here about the cyber security considerations for IoT, and what can IT and business leaders can do to harness its potential while mitigating risk to the organisation.
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