If you take a look at the global market for IoT, you can easily spot the trend. The market surpassed $100 billion in revenue, and it’s revenue for the 2025 projections tell us that it will hit $1.5 trillion. While this means more convenience and improved services, it also creates more opportunities for cybercriminals.
IoT devices are exposed to cybersecurity vulnerabilities. They work without our intervention, making it even harder to identify a threat before it’s too late. However, if you know where the dangers lurk, there is a way to minimize the cybersecurity risks. Here are five significant cybersecurity vulnerabilities with IoT in 2020.