It is predicted that by 2020, there will be near about 3 billion IoT devices. The pace in which IoT is making its presence felt in our lives, it’s evident that we will see more of technological advances this year. In other words, 2020 will be an important year as most people will start to build the infrastructure needed to support most IoT applications.
Malware, phishing, and all forms of hacking are only a few of the cyber security threats universally known to all in this digital age. Since the world made room for digital technology, there has been numerous attacks within the cyber space and as more data is brought into the digital medium, security is becoming exponentially more important.
60 million Americans have been affected by identity theft.
According to a survey by the Harris Poll almost 60 million Americans have been affected by identity theft. That’s the population of California, Washington State, Oregon, and New York City combined. Since the creation of the internet, the sheer scope of new crime has skyrocketed like no one could have imagined.
The day begins winding down and it’s closing time at your business. You count the cash at the register. You check the store for missing inventory. You pack up your things, punch in the code to activate the alarm system, and leave the store, locking the front door on your way it.