Billions of IoT devices are used in the industrial sector and threat actors are quickly evolving new malware focused on them. Don’t miss this analysis of the SBIDIOT IoT malware to learn how it communicates with targets and what types of commands it supports. Includes IOCs.
The fourth industrial revolution has failed to address the extraordinary surge in cyberattacks that put manufacturing OT systems and automation at risk.
According to a 2019 Cybersecurity Readiness Review, adversaries have successfully stolen up to US$600 billion in intellectual capital each year out of the United States Defense Industrial Base (DIB). The thefts significantly erode military and economic advantages and put newly developed weapons and other systems as risk.
While the world is grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, nation-state and other threat actors are capitalizing on the climate of fear, uncertainty and doubt to find OT and IoT security gaps and orchestrate new cyberattacks.
What are the key findings of the Newsweek survey on the cybersecurity risks of cyber-physical systems for critical infrastructure organizations?