On April 10, Sierra Tel discovered that its IoT device modems had been bricked, possibly by a vigilante trying to neutralize rogue devices.
Smart cities offer big benefits for citizens and governments alike, but are they at increased risk of potentially crippling malware attacks?
Given the growing number of connected devices, organizations are beginning to leverage IoT data analytics to drive better decision-making.
The IoT is transforming before our eyes due to increasing regulations, growing demand for security standards and advancements in the telecom industry.
Hajime appears to have been created by a vigilante that is attempting to improve IoT device security and help IT decision-makers tighten defenses.
While we cannot assess the true IoT impact on business until adoption becomes more widespread, its transformative potential is already on full display.
Like the rise of BYOD culture in the enterprise, the explosion of IoT devices generates a new set of challenges for security professionals.
IBM is investing heavily in cognitive computing and other emerging technologies designed to help analysts secure the growing number of IoT devices.
Iot devices are now under threat from a new strain of malware. BrickerBot infects vulnerable Linus-based endpoints and makes them permanently unusable.
Just in time for IoT Day, the Mirai botnet is launching attacks with a new trick up its sleeve: a built-in bitcoin mining component.