A study conducted by Dutch software firm Gemalto reveals that only 48% of the businesses in the world are able to detect if any of their IoT devices suffers a breach.
2018 has been another important year in the development of the Internet of Things – and if there’s one thing you can be sure of, 2019 will be even bigger.
Manufacturers have long felt the pressure to invest in new technologies. In the so-called age of Industry 4.0, this pressure has been heightened by an influx of products and initiatives. Unfortunately, some of these schemes are nothing more than a waste of money.
Shocking research from McAfee Labs highlights the increasing prevalence of IoT malware as the cybersecurity firm detects 480 new threats per minute.