Internet of Things Press Release Graphs

Executives: Are business efficiencies/productivity requirements forcing you to adopt IoT devices in spite of the security risks?
   
Yes 37%
No 37%
Not yet, but it's coming very quickly 26%

Do you expect to receive additional budget to support expanded security reduce the security risks associated with IoT devices?
  All Executives CSOs
Yes 44% 37%
No 56% 63%

Employed Consumers: How many smart devices do you currently connected to your home?
   
Printers, 3D printers, scanners 2
Router, firewalls, modems 2
Video equipment (cameras, projectors, smart TVs) 2
Gaming consoles 1
VOIP phones 1
Smart appliances (refrigerators, coffee makers, etc) 1
Wearable devices (smart watch, Google glass, headsets, etc.) 1
Controllers for lights or HVAC 1

Employed Consumers: Can the IoT devices you own today be controlled using an app on your mobile phone or tablet?
   
Yes 47%
No 53%

Employed Consumers: Have you ever connected personal smart devices (excluding laptop, smartphone) to your corporate network?
   
Yes 25%
No 75%

Which IoT devices are you most concerned about being targeted by cybercriminals?
  All IT Professionals Finance IT Professionals Energy IT Professionals Retail IT Professionals
Industrial controllers 8% 8% 9% 8%
Controllers for lights or HVAC 9% 15% 6% 6%
Wearable devices (smart watches / Google glass / headsets, etc) 12% 17% 9% 10%
Video equipment (cameras, projectors, smart TVs) 13% 18% 11% 9%
Smart meters for energy  13% 18% 11% 10%
Smart appliances (refrigerators, coffee makers, vending machines etc) 13% 20% 11% 9%
POS devices 15% 10% 17% 18%
VOIP phones 16% 26% 8% 11%
Sensors (badge readers, physical security) 16% 23% 10% 13%
Printers / 3D printers / scanners 24% 33% 25% 15%
Router, firewalls, modems, switches 44% 52% 44% 35%
None of the above 32% 16% 34% 46%