Keeping An Eye On IoT

Our devices may be able to track our every move, but behind the scenes, experts are working hard to ensure that cyber criminals do not gain access to this information.

The anatomy of an attack

Globally, IoT connectivity has grown from 4.9 billion devices in 2015 to 25 billion just five years later. With South Korea and Japan leading the charge, the number of devices connected in Asia alone is 8.6 billion, potentially opening the region up to more cyber attacks than ever before. Here’s how some of these devices can be compromised:

Jill Arul graduated with a degree in Communication Studies from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, with a keen interest for science and a passion for storytelling.

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