Zscaler ThreatLabz 2023 Enterprise IoT & OT Threat Report
IoT and OT are growing targets for cyberattacks
Internet of things (IoT) devices may be getting physically smaller, but the security risks stemming from them are getting bigger. As these devices proliferate, converge with operational technology (OT) systems, and connect to enterprise networks, attack surfaces are dramatically expanding. This is nothing new—but it is introducing new threats.
Malware takes aim at IoT and OT
Learn about the latest IoT and OT trends, threats, and defense strategies
Get valuable insights into the state of connected devices and the latest risks, based on the ThreatLabz team’s analysis of device traffic and IoT malware data from the world’s largest inline security cloud.
Download the 2023 Enterprise IoT and OT Threat Report for the full analysis, including:
- A breakdown of the IoT threat landscape
- Key malware families and vulnerabilities driving IoT and OT attacks
- Which devices are most vulnerable to compromise
- Actionable best practices to defend against IoT malware and other threats
- Predictions for 2024 and beyond
Secure your IoT and OT with zero trust
Most devices lack security controls and don’t need to connect to enterprise networks, let alone have access to sensitive data. A true zero trust architecture, based on granular least-privileged access, is key to using IoT and OT safely.
Read the report to learn how the Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange™ secures remote access to OT systems, eliminates IoT blind spots, prevents compromise, and protects corporate data.
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Download the Zscaler ThreatLabz 2023 Enterprise IoT and OT Threat Report for our complete findings and expert insights.