Majority of companies cannot detect IoT device breaches, survey reveals

Majority of companies cannot detect IoT device breaches, survey reveals

UK government to introduce new regulations to make IoT products secure by design

Research by security firm Gemalto has revealed that 52% of businesses worldwide cannot detect if any of their IoT devices suffer a breach, pointing to the fact that the state of IoT device security could be much worse than projected at present.

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