A combination of manufacturing shut-downs, supply chain interruptions, and changes in connected product availability and demand is expected to cause an 18% drop in the net addition of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in 2020.
A new report from Unit 42 threat intelligence team of Palo Alto Networks has found that the general security posture of IoT devices is declining,
As cloud suppliers continue to grow their footprint in the IoT value chain, their investments in data and analytics services are accelerating.
The Philips Hue lighting system has a range of more than 16 million colors and can be controlled by a smart device.
Capitalizing on weak security of Internet of Things (IoT) products, cybercriminals are intensifying their attempts to create and monetize IoT botnets.
Automotive industry will become biggest market for 5G IoT in 2023.
By 2024, IoT end-markets will represent 31% of total Bluetooth and 27% of Wi-Fi device shipments.
Despite not being sophisticated, many of these threats may pose significant danger to everyday smart building operations, according to Kaspersky.