Read Mary Shacklett explain how risk management can help secure industrial Internet of Things and big data on Tech Republic :
In 2018, Tesla cars were found to be vulnerable to wireless key fob breaches, and the Medtronic CareLink 2090, a medical device for monitoring and controlling pacemaker settings, was attacked and infected by malware. Both are examples of Internet of Things (IoT) getting compromised, exposing companies and users to physical and virtual harm. “There are three major vectors of attack when it comes to big data,” said Joe Scotto, chief marketing officer for Indegy, which provides industrial cybersecurity solutions. “The first is an outside rogue attack, like blowing up a pipeline. This can have devastating effects on the economy.
Read her full article here.