Five key security tips to avoid an IoT hack

Recently, Russian PIR Bank lost $1,000,000 because of a compromised router that allowed hackers to gain entry into their local network. Why did it happen and how companies can protect themselves?

Malicious IoT hacking incidents are a norm today. That is not surprising, considering that by 2020, the IoT is expected to reach a staggering amount of 20.4 Bn devices. Homes and enterprises using legacy security measures are in danger because of the ever-growing IoT.

Read more about IoT hacking and learn how you can stay safe, on Help Net Security.





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