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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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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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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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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…
Anna Marton
November 4, 2021