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Internet of Things (IoT) devices are a great asset to businesses today. However, in the cybersecurity arena, IoT can be quite the burden. While these devices create new opportunities for companies to explore, they also create new avenues for malicious actors to exploit. In turn, cybersecurity professionals have fought to bring IoT from obscurity to priority.
Joining us to reflect on the history of IoT attacks and how they have evolved is Alan Grau, VP of IoT/Embedded Solutions at Sectigo. In particular, Alan explores how understanding previous attacks and methods help organisations plan their current IoT security. Finally, Alan shares his predictions for the next era of IoT attacks.
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