In today’s era, We have seen the new development and technology is growing in IoT development. Cybercriminals are active hack IoT devices. A new threat analysis report shows that IoT devices are now the primary target of criminals working on the Internet. And those criminals are learning and adapting their tactics to meet the improved defenses being put into place.
The growing up IoT market, in this fifth volume of F5 Labs’ The Hunt for IoT report series, we examine the data on global attacks against Internet of Things (IoT) devices from January through June 2018. In early 2017, Gartner—one of the most conservative analyst firms when it comes to IoT projections—expected IoT devices to surpass 8.4 billion in 2017 and grow to over 20.4 billion by 2020. That’s a staggering 143% growth rate over three years. The current global population is 7.6 billion and growing at a comparatively minuscule rate of about 1% per year.
The report, The Hunt for IoT, is the fifth volume of the IoT threat report from F5 Labs. Among their findings are that the classic Port 23 attack using telnet has declined as organizations shut down that service, and targeted probes now have been replaced by an increase in hits on every IoT-related port.
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