Attacks on IoT Devices and the Risks they Pose for Enterprises
IoT devices pose a huge and growing management challenge. Many of them were not designed with enterprise policy and management in mind and were not intended to be centrally managed. They use proprietary management interfaces, often designed to be only human-readable or with an API that requires per-device development. A large portion of IoT devices have no proper management tools, while others are managed by a large number of independent (local or enterprise) management systems.
What can organizations do to overcome these issues?
This white paper covers all of the common attacks that are done on IoT devices and explains how they can be remediated.