[SecurityWeek] Life in Lockdown: Offices Are Empty of People, Full of Risky IoT Devices

During lockdown, offices have been empty and quiet – but not dead. Networks have continued to run, and IoT devices have continued to operate unattended. Many of these devices have communicated in plain text leaving the networks vulnerable.

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