New 2H 2022 OT/IoT Security Report Deep Dives Into ICS Finding Wiper Malware, IoT Botnet, Russia/Ukraine War Dominated Threat Landscape

Nozomi Networks has released the 2nd Half Review in its “OT/IoT Security Report: A Deep Look Into the ICS Threat Landscape” finding wiper malware, IoT botnet activity, and the Russia/Ukraine war significantly influenced the threat landscape as disruptive attacks on critical infrastructure continued into the second half of last year targeting rail, hospitals, manufacturing and energy. 

Malicious IoT botnet activity remained high and continued to rise in the second half of 2022. Nozomi Networks Labs uncovered growing security concerns for both hard-coded passwords and internet interfaces for end-user credentials. On the vulnerability front, manufacturing and energy remained the most vulnerable industries followed by water/wastewater, healthcare and transportation systems. In the last six months of 2022.

You can read the full report here.

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