First popularized in the late 1990s, the idea of connecting home appliances to the Internet to facilitate grocery shopping was seen as the next big thing. As the Internet and wireless technology caught up to the idea and gained mainstream acceptance, consumers started adopting IoT technologies for everything from fitness to writing implements. While there are many threat vectors in today’s IoT landscape, we decided to look at seven deadly “devices” that could someday cost a company millions in data loss.
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