By: Leigh Kamping-Carder and Kevin Hand, OCT. 8, 2020
Hackers Eye Their Next Targets, From Schools To Cars
Hackers will tell you that just about anything with software and an internet connection can get hacked. The next decade will test how much that is true, and the challenge it poses to everyday life.
Security experts expect cyberattacks to increase in frequency and severity in the coming years, as more consumer goods are sold with internet connectivity embedded by default. At the same time, cyberattacks have become a commodity—“ransomware-as-a-service,” says Keren Elazari, a security researcher and “friendly” hacker, also known…