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2018: The New Year resolution for Cybersecurity
Once again, it’s that time of the year, to swear avoiding junk foods, sweets and keep in shape. To learn new arts, and promise yourself with a resolution that this year you are going to pursue your passion and stick on to it. Nevertheless, unlike those personal resolutions, which you already know you’re not going to stick on, and it may not be a serious, but when it comes to keeping your organization secure in 2019, that is something worth sticking to. Having said that, you don’t have to go with a long list of Do’s and Don’ts. That’s why we have narrowed down to three primary objectives and goals that you need to keep track and adhere. We have seen how botnet attacks were designed to infect connected devices. It took advantages of the various vulnerabilities. October 2017, was the time when we saw how every other day IoT devices was in the news for all wrong reasons. Reapers were said to be the worst example of the botnet that we have seen, nearly 28k devices was attacked. You name it, from DVRs, webcams, security cameras all got infected to the tune of more than 2 million devices.
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