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Fewer than half of cybersecurity professionals have a plan in place to deal with IoT attacks, despite the fact that ninety percent worry about future threats
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Fewer than half of cybersecurity professionals have a plan in place to deal with IoT attacks, despite the fact that ninety percent worry about future threats

STERLING, Va. – Oct. 31, 2019 – Fewer than half (47%) of cybersecurity professionals have a plan in place to deal with attacks on their IoT devices and equipment, despite that fact that nine out of ten express concerns over future threats, according to new research from the Neustar International Security Council (NISC).

These findings come at a time in which 48% of organizations admitted to experiencing a cyberattack against their IoT or connected devices and equipment in the last year alone. Just over a quarter (27%) reported feeling ‘very confident’ that their personnel would know how to protect against such attacks, while 38% claimed they are currently in the process of developing a plan.

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