Some 20 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices will be sold in the next few years, a large proportion of which will be to augment the smart home for everything from heating, ventilation and lighting control to CCTV, smart assistants and nanny-cams. As a result, there are challenges around security, connectivity and control which must be addressed
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Previously, a common model for IoT devices was to build, ship and forget. This has resulted in a flood of unsecured consumer devices in homes and a challenge in retrofitting security. There is an opportunity in smart home products with strong safety features and Pay TV operators are in a decent position to capitalize on the smart home potential by building on the solid relationship they have with customers.
There’s no doubt about it, cyber-attacks are increasing. A consequence of this is a rise in cybersecurity litigation. Interestingly, that litigation may not necessarily be directed against the cybercriminals. Instead, it is likely to be another threat that the breached company has to deal with.
Just as cyber-attacks are generating publicity, so too are the subsequent litigation activities. What makes them newsworthy seems to be the dollar amount.
The Internet has transformed how businesses operate today. Never before has so much been done online. The dark side to this connectivity is that the threat of cybercrime is increasing and becoming more professional. It’s no longer a case of if you will fall victim to a cyber-attack but when. Are you ready?
No business is immune
It’s not just Irdeto’s cyber-services team which is witnessing a growing concern about cyber-attack threats.