It’s that time of year for prediction articles and the number has become almost overwhelming. This year, one of the trending topics I’ve noticed is the growth in Internet of Things (IoT) and connected devices and an expected surge in cyber risks. Technology vendors, industry analysts and government experts are all pointing to the need for IoT security. But is this really a prediction, or simply a case of history repeating itself? The attack surface is growing yet again – granted at a drastically higher volume with many more devices – and new threats are emerging to take advantage of these additional vectors. Sounds like a pretty familiar scenario to me.
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