IID’s Sean Tierney predicts that IoT botnets will be used for DDoS attacks, pay-per-click fraud, and other wide-ranging attacks.
2015 Ponemon Study Released
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Sharing Threat Intelligence
IID CEO, Lars Harvey, talks about the importance of sharing cybercrime threat intelligence.