For Cybercriminals, IoT Devices are Big Business, Part Two

September 20, 2017

In part one of this article, Anthony Giandomenico described how cybercrime has become not only a business, but a big business, designed to generate revenue with predesigned attacks focused on attack vectors that are easy to exploit: IoT devices. Opportunity is also the land of innovation Because cybercriminals are focusing more on attacks that target critical infrastructure based on new, interconnected technologies, they don’t have to spend enormous resources and development cycles on figuring out how to break into these systems...

Read more...

Previous Article
Evasive Malware Campaign Abuses Free Cloud Service, Targets Korean Speakers
Evasive Malware Campaign Abuses Free Cloud Service, Targets Korean Speakers

Earlier this month, FortiGuard Labs researchers published findings about a malware campaign exploiting a Po...

Next Article
For Cybercriminals, IoT Devices are Big Business, Part One
For Cybercriminals, IoT Devices are Big Business, Part One

When people think of cybercrime, they tend to think of geeks in dark rooms staring into computer monitors t...