IoT security risks include physical, network, software and encryption attacks that target the sensor, network and application layers of IoT systems.
As the Internet of Things continues to expand, IT leaders must prepare accordingly or find themselves vulnerable to countless IoT security threats.
In 2016, the year of the DDoS attack, cybercriminals hijacked millions of IoT devices to create massive botnets they used to take down popular websites.
Cybercriminals have learned how to exploit the IoT and Telnet servers to commit record-shattering DDoS attacks against major websites.
In the past few months, researchers have observed large-scale DDoS attacks that leverage vulnerable IoT devices to create massive botnets.
Domain name provider Dyn suffered the largest DDoS attack in history on Oct. 21. DDoS is nothing new, but the attack highlights some alarming trends.
The Internet of Things is here to stay. Despite the market's rapid growth and the high level of risk, many companies still neglect IoT security.
Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks have been all over the news in recent months, with hacktivist groups taking major targets completely offline. According to IBM Managed Security Services data, the vast majority of DDoS attacks come in one...
The dust, waves and jubilation have settled on the sports festivities of this past summer. Since we’re in the business of cybersecurity, let’s reflect on one of the malicious activities that attempted to derail focus from this spirited...
The upcoming international sporting event in Rio de Janeiro provide an opportunity for cybercriminals to exploit the Brazilian threat landscape.