Oct 20, 2015

Three-quarters of IT and security pros say a breach caused by an IoT device is likely - FierceITSecurity

Close to three-quarters of 7,016 IT and cybersecurity professionals that nonprofit IT association ISACA surveyed rated the likelihood of their organization being hacked through an Internet of Things device as medium or high.

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