Technology is ever-evolving, and these days the Internet of Things or IoT phenomenon is expanding its presence swiftly. By the end of 2022, its market is anticipated to expand by 18% to 14.4 billion active connections.
Although there’s a global supply chain issue (including chip shortages) due to COVID-19, the market is still expected to grow to 27 million active Internet of Things devices by 2025. As much as this growth excites business owners and users, it’s also crucial to understand how these devices are vulnerable to cyberattacks. Thus, this blog aims to educate you about 7 common Internet of Things attacks that compromise security.
What does the Internet of Things mean? Read on for answers, examples, common IoT attacks, and ways to prevent them.