A Machine Learning Approach to IoT Security

Today half of the population is connected online and there are around 8.4 billion IoT devices in use worldwide. These connected devices are smart, but not smart enough to ward off security vulnerabilities, as they are often shipped with default or poorly generated default passwords. There are extreme cases where no password is required to access devices or select services on those devices. It is estimated that currently 70% of the IoT devices are vulnerable to hijacking.

In the end, it remains only one obvious and affordable way to make IoT devices really smart and secure: machine learning. Let’s discuss how machine learning can make IoT devices safe for you.