IoT-related threats in the ENISA Threat Landscape 2023 Report

By November 30, 2023News

According to the eleventh edition of the ENISA Threat Landscape (ETL) report, the observations of the 2021 and 2022 report about the move of traditional DDoS towards mobile networks and IoT has continued, as DDoS attacks consistently used IoT devices. Several attacks adapted existing malware (e.g. Mirai) and botnets to involve IoT. New botnets have been defined, such as Zerobot and MCCrash, extending the threat landscape in the context of IoT malware.

You can download the ENISA Threat Landscape 2022 Report here.

Fighting the problem of cyberattacks, DDos, and other types, must start at the roots. Design should consider security issues, and the entire supply chain must be monitored and controlled. The HE DOSS project is working on an integrated approach to ensure that components of an IoT architecture are adequately documented and security verified, and architectures are security modelled before onboarding new devices and introducing new applications.

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