For IoT to function smoothly, factors like connectivity, security, compatibility, longevity, and data analysis all come into play. All these need to work securely for the concept of IoT to be effective. But since security has become the number one threat in IoT, companies as well as consumers can’t help but feel insecure. Hackers today as so skilled that they are capable of hacking baby monitors, thermostats, refrigerators, cameras, radios and other devices to get sensitive information and assets, signifying a security nightmare for cybersecurity firms. And as IoT devices become more ingrained in our lives, more scenarios of cybersecurity attacks are expected.