Cybersecurity should be a priority for anyone implementing IoT initiatives.
ZDnet said, "Many IoT devices have been known to have vulnerabilities that allow attackers to remotely access or control them from the internet, while some have have been found to have weak passwords that can't be changed. In the worst-case scenario, devices will be found to have both."
If you use connected cameras, make sure they are secure. About half of the devices that are compromised are cameras, so don't forget about those!
Research from cybersecurity company SAM Seamless Network found that security cameras represent 47 percent of vulnerable devices installed on home networks.SEE: Cybersecurity in an IoT and mobile world (ZDNet special report) | Download the report as a PDF (TechRepublic) But while the range of connected devices ranges in scope from computers and smartphones to smart televisions and kitchen appliances, it's security camera systems which are the most hacked IoT devices.Read More