IoTAC Project Newsletter No. 4

Welcome to the forth edition of the IoTAC Newsletter! If you would like to read about our progress during the months March-May 2022, read our Newsletter! Sign up for the IoTAC Newsletter! Stay in the know and receive all the latest updates straight to your inbox.
June 3, 2022

IoTAC Workshop at the IOT WEEK 2022

Join us at the IoT Week 2022 in Dublin! IoTAC Workshop: 20. June 2022, 13:00 - 15:45 Canal Café, Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin   The workshop will introduce the project’s concept and new approaches to IoT security including the security by design concept, the new modules and services to…

IoT Device Security Survey by Pulse and Keyfactor

In a survey prepared by Pulse and Keyfactor, one hundred IoT product and manufacturing leaders in the US and Canada were asked about their security strategy and approach, and the challenges they face. Only 16% of respondents are significantly and another 46% are moderately concerned about the security risk of…


For our Hungarian colleagues: The modular architecture and multi-layer approach of the IoTAC framework that ensures the comprehensive protection of IoT systems, will be presented at the YETTEL IOT LIVE SHOW 2022 in Budapest on 25. May 2022, by Andras Vilmos. Participation is free, however, you have to register in…

SAM: More than 1 Billion IoT Attacks in 2021

According to SAM Seamless Network, more than 1 billion IoT attacks took place in 2021, nearly 900 million of which were IoT-related phishing attacks. There were close to 62 million DDoS attacks in 2021. The most vulnerable devices were routers (46%), access points and extenders (17%-17% each), NAS (5%), VoIP…

EC Public Consultation about the Cyber Resilience Act

Have your say in the public consultation, and share your views on the current and emerging problems related to the cyber security of digital products and associated services! The Commission is awaiting the opinion of ICT industry representatives, national competent authorities, consumers and consumer associations, conformity assessment bodies, academic experts…

Roundtable „The need for IoT security standards and certifications”

“The need for IoT security standards and certification” online roundtable was a truly successful event on April 8. The speakers were representing the EU Commission, standard developing organisations, industry actors, the consumers as well as the research community. In the first session, we were listening to presentations about policy issues…
Andras Vilmos
April 12, 2022