For DDoS attackers, IoT devices are a vast untapped resource

DDoS Emerges as Primary Threat Vector for IoT

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Back in 2016, a record-setting DDoS attack was launched against popular information security blog, Kerbs on Security. The attack was noteworthy for leveraging compromised IoT devices.

Though these attacks continue to happen, they haven't threatened the IoT trend.

In fact, there are 9 billion devices currently connected to IoT and that figure is forecasted to rise between 20 and 50 billion by 2020. But, what is exactly the value of these devices on DDoS attackers?

In this Frost & Sullivan research report, learn why many organizations are defending against IoT DDoS attacks.

Vendor:
Arbor Networks
Posted:
20 Oct 2017
Published:
11 Nov 2016
Format:
PDF
Length:
12 Page(s)
Type:
Research Content
Language:
English
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