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Top 3 Attacks on IoT Devices in 2021

Attacks on IoT devices are on the rise. According to Sonic Wall’s Cyber Threat Report for Mid-Year 2021, IoT attack volume in the first six months of 2021 rose 59% over the first six months of 2020.  Firedome has collected the top 3 IoT attacks we saw in 2021: Verkada…
Anna Marton
December 3, 2021
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How the zero trust approach helps reduce the cost of data breach

In its “Cost of Data Breach 2021 Report”, IBM reveals that the average cost of a breach was $1.76M less at organizations with a mature zero trust approach, compared to organizations without zero trust. 537 organizations that suffered a data breach between May 2020 and March 2021 (from 17 countries…
Anna Marton
November 18, 2021
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ENISA Threat Landscape 2021 Report

ENISA has published its Threat Landscape 2021 Report, covering the period from April 2020 to mid-July 2021. It identifies 9 prime threats during the reporting period: Ransomware Malware Cryptojacking E-mail related threats Threats against data Threats against availability and integrity Disinformation – misinformation Non-malicious threats Supply-chain attacks (Supply chain threats…
Anna Marton
November 4, 2021
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EuroCybersec2021 Workshop

The IoTAC project thanks everyone, all speakers and attendees, to make the one-and-a-half-day EuroCybersec2021 workshop a real success. The over 40 participants learned about state of art European cyber security research from our H2020 project partners CityScape and Fishy as well as from other presenters from Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy,…
Andras Vilmos
October 28, 2021
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1st IoTAC Project Review meeting successfully concluded

The 1st IoTAC Project Review meeting was successfully concluded online on 5. October 2021. Project partners presented the overall project concept and the work carried out to the Project Officer and three outside experts. Overall, the evaluators complimented the work done in the first 12 months and congratulated for the…
Anna Marton
October 6, 2021
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EC Proposal for the Joint Cyber Unit

The Commission proposed on 23. June 2021 to build a new Joint Cyber Unit (JCU) as a platform to strengthen cooperation to prevent, deter and respond to cyberattacks. The JCU aims to strengthen cooperation among EU Institutions, Agencies, Bodies and the authorities in the Member States. The need for a…
Anna Marton
September 17, 2021