22 percent rise in cyber attacks on IoT in India

new Delhi. India has become the largest attacker in the IoT space in the last quarter with a 22 per cent increase in cyber attacks on the deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) in the country. This information has been obtained from a new report released the previous day. India topped the list of victims of cyber attacks for the second consecutive quarter.
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Researchers recorded 33,450 high-risk attacks in the quarter under review, of which 500 were highly sophisticated attacks. "The hacker's interest in projects in India is a high-level threat notice and is a matter of concern," Subex Chief Executive Officer P. Vinod Kumar said in a statement.
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