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Could Flaws in IoT Lead to Fatalities?

You're probably getting desensitized by now to the ever-lengthening list of data breach headlines which have saturated the news for the past couple of years. Targeted attacks, persistent threats and the like usually end up with the hackers capturing sensitive IP, customer information or trade secrets. The result? Economic damage, board level sackings and a heap of bad publicity for the breached organization. But that's usually where it ends.

Could Flaws in IoT Lead to Fatalities?

Let's face it, data breaches are a dime a dozen today. There's a much more dangerous and far-reaching threat that we should all be aware of: vulnerabilities in Internet of Things and connected devices. When these are exploited, we're not just talking about CEOs losing their job - in a worst case scenario these flaws could result in human fatalities.

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Let's face it, data breaches are a dime a dozen today. There's a much more dangerous and far-reaching threat that we should all be aware of: vulnerabilities in Internet of Things and connected devices. When these are exploited, we're not just talking about CEOs losing their job - in a worst case scenario these flaws could result in human fatalities.

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Could Flaws in IoT Lead to Fatalities?