The Internet of Things (IoT) is basically a network of various physical objects which communicate with each other over the internet. It is estimated that by 2025, we will have around 75 billion connected devices, an increase of almost three times the number we had in 2019.
Thus, it is necessary to ensure the safety of IoT by strengthening components, monitoring devices, updating firmware, applying access control, responding to threats, and patching vulnerabilities.
Unfortunately, a report by Unit 42 has highlighted the declining security of IoT devices, meaning organizations are now exposed to new malware and older attack methods. As a result, a proactive and adaptive security solution must be implemented to protect ourselves from any potential risks.
Common IoT Vulnerabilities
Felt a bit spooked by IoT device challenges? No worries, we’ve got the solution! Stay tuned for Part 2 of our blog series, ‘From Vulnerable to Valuable: Simple Steps to IoT Security.’ Lots more insights coming your way soon!

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