IoT devices are under siege as Kaspersky confirmed more than 100mn attacks on their decoy servers popularly called as ‘Honeypots’ just in one half of the year. The prime intent of attackers in today’s world of interconnected devices is to capitalize on the weak security of IoT products. Monetization on IoT botnets for stealth-like attacks is majorly conducted by groups of malware – Mirai using exploits, Nyadrop & Gafgyt using brute-force techniques. Businesses want to firewall unauthenticated devices over both wired and wireless networks using different network authentication frameworks.
In today’s scenario, embedding the SSL layer on devices demands processing and memory power of the device along with the implementation and modification of the cipher-suites.
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