Fight against cyber criminality intensifies - White paper

The Internet of Things is changing cybercriminality

As the Internet of Things becomes more commonplace, new access routes for hackers are opening up at an alarming rate. The number of devices connected to the Internet will increase in a few years to as high as one hundred billion. Consequently, we will probably read more news about refrigerators, baby monitors and various types of production equipment being hacked. However, timely and comprehensive planning of information security enables safe services for the Internet of Things. 

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