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Vehicle hack disables safety features on most modern cars – IT SECURITY GURU

It has been discovered by security researchers that the majority of modern vehicles are at risk from a design vulnerability which could be potentially disabled by a hacker. The security

Three barriers to digital IDs on the blockchain – Help Net Security

There has been a lot of hype around blockchain technology and the benefits it could potentially bring to a wide variety of verticals, including identity verification. While the benefits are exciting, there

Why organisations must secure the network – Information Age

The rise of the IoT and other technologies such as remote working are presenting new ways for hackers to attack business networks.By 2020, the number of Internet-connected ‘things’ is expected

Attackers Use Pulse Wave DDoS to Pin Down Multiple Targets – IT SECURITY GURU

New findings from Imperva Incapsula research published today, details the emergence of a new DDoS assault pattern, which has been named Pulse Wave. According to lead researcher Igal Zeifman, “Pulse Wave DDoS

US, China and the UK are top regions affected by IoT security threats – Help Net Security

In the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem today, cyberattacks are becoming more diverse and sophisticated with cybercriminals taking over home network routers to launch attacks on smart home devices. Click here to

AI is key to speeding up threat detection and response – Help Net Security

Time is the most important factor in detecting network breaches and, consequently, in containing cyber incidents and mitigating the cost of a breach. “Security event investigations can last hours, and a

Medical devices and the Internet of Things: Defending against cyber threats – Help Net Security

More than one-third (35.6 percent) of surveyed professionals in the Internet of Things-connected medical device ecosystem say their organizations have experienced a cybersecurity incident in the past year, according to

The DDoS Threat: Ukraine’s Postal Service Hit by Two-Day Attack

The website for Ukraine’s national postal service Ukrposhta was recently taken down by DDoS attacks for two days in a row, Interfax reports. In a Facebook post on August 8, Ukrposhta said it was able to

APT28 Mounts Spy Campaign Using Hotel Networks – Infosecurity Magazine

As the last push of the summer travel season gets underway, an espionage campaign targeting the hospitality sector, likely by Russian actor APT28, is threatening high-value visitors to hotels throughout

Cyber-attack Volume Doubled in First Half of 2017 – Infosecurity Magazine

At the end of 2016, various reports predicted cyber-attacks could double in 2017. True to those prognostications, F-Secure Labs has logged an overall increase of 223% in traffic to its