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IoT Security: A Doomsday Scenario Waiting to Unfold
Cheap and scalable security solutions need to be employed to secure numerous devices, and to identify the attacks and mitigate them as they unfold.
The scenarios described above present an interesting mind-shift in both attack and defense methodologies. Attackers will acknowledge that it is easier to hack multiple, smaller and seemingly insignificant targets, but with destructive cumulative power. Defenders must also acknowledge that the paradigm of "securing the crown jewels" behind multiple layers of security simply isn't valid anymore. New, cheap and scalable security solutions need to be employed to secure numerous devices—and to identify the attacks and mitigate them as they unfold—before millions of devices are infected.
Yotam Gutman, a retired lieutenant commander with the Israeli Navy, has filled several operational, technical and business roles at defense, HLS, intelligence and cybersecurity companies. Following a successful consulting career in which he supported multiple cybersecurity startups in marketing and business development activities, he joined IoT security company SecuriThings, where he now heads global marketing activities.
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