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Clustering Workshop “Future Proofing and Certifying Supply Chains” on 13. December 2021

The Clustering Workshop co-organized by H2020 projects ASSURED and CYRENE aims at bringing together projects that target Supply Chain Security, Resilience and Certification aspects, experts, members and consultants from standardization and certification bodies for exploring synergies and identifying actions that can be pursued in common. IoTAC is happy to be…
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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…
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IoTAC Use Case No. 4: Smart Home

The nZeb Smart Home is Greece's first house that combines advanced construction materials with intelligent Information and Communications Technology (ICT) solutions, resulting in a future-proof, sustainable, and active testing environment. Since March 2017, the Smart Home has been recognized as the official European Commission Digital Innovation Hub (DIH). The Smart…
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Energy Consumption by ICT and Cybersecurity at the Time of COP26

Contrary to our expectations, energy consumption by ICT is a controversial subject where experts of different organizations may express divergent views . Indeed, one reason for some of the controversies about ICT's energy consumption is the relative lack of systematic measurement data. Although it may be technically possible to globally…
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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…