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STRONTIUM hackers targeting corporate networks via IoT devices: Microsoft
Security researchers at the Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center have found a new cyber-threat against popular IoT devices—a VOIP phone, an office printer, and a video recorder. The cybercriminals are using these devices to gain initial access to corporate networks.The attacks on these IoT devices are being caused by an activity group that Microsoft refers to as STRONTIUM.The internet of things (IoT) is one of the hottest technologies today. It is establishing connectivity between every single thing and the internet to make things smart.Gartner predicted that there will be more than 20 billion IoT devices by 2020. Further, a recent Microsoft studysuggests that over 85% of enterprises are already in the phase of IoT adoption.
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