According to Gartner, there will be 75 billion connected IoT devices by 2025. According to NordVPN’s digital privacy expert, even though it’s hard to believe that a baby monitor or a seemingly simple toy can do significant harm, it’s no longer only computers or smartphones that are at risk of cyberattacks.
IoT products give hackers a new cyberattack point: the physical device.
Imagine, what if hackers take control of:
- An elevator at a skyscraper, trapping all passengers?
- Self driving cars – here’s a very scary experiment of hacking a car in motion?
- The controller of an aircraft turbine, forcing it to malfunction?
- A robotic arm at a factory, instructing it to hit everything around it (!) ?
- The locks of all the doors in a smart home, making it vulnerable to intruders?
- Medical equipment at a hospital, harming the people connected to them?
(How to Protect Your IoT Product from Hackers, By Daniel Elizalde)
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