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MDhex vulnerabilities open GE Healthcare patient monitoring devices to attackers

Researchers have discovered six critical and high-risk vulnerabilities – collectively dubbed MDhex – affecting a number of patient monitoring devices manufactured by GE Healthcare. Click here to view original webpage at

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You can upgrade Windows 7 for free! Why wouldn’t you?

“Doomsday is here! The sky is falling! Windows 7 is out of support and all hell will break loose!” – or, at least, that’s what some cybersecurity experts and press outlets want

Industry Insights

Projects funded for autonomous vehicle cyber security

Seven projects whose participants include Honda, Thales and WMG have won funding to develop cyber security solutions for connected and autonomous vehicles. Click here to view original webpage at www.theengineer.co.uk

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Emerging Cyber-Security Threats for 2020: The Rise of Disruptionware and High-Impact Ransomware Attacks

Disruptionware is defined by the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT) as a new and “emerging category of malware designed to suspend operations within a victim organization through the compromise of the

Artificial Intelligence

AI, automation emerge as critical tools for cybersecurity

Artificial intelligence and automation adoption rates are rising, and investment plans are high on enterprise radars. AI is in pilots or use at 41% of companies, with another 42% actively

Software

5 cyber security tips to keep your web applications secure

An independent study in 2016 revealed that a hacker attack takes place every 39 seconds on average. What was even more alarming was that the computers that were observed in

Industry Insights

Crime Cracking Technologies for the Dark Web

Global law enforcement agencies have developed some fascinating ways of busting criminals on the Dark Web. Here are some of the technical highlights. Click here to view original webpage at

Software

10 Cybersecurity Trends in 2020 You Need to Keep an Eye On

Chess is a game of foresight — just like cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is the chessboard where hackers and defenders are looking to checkmate each other. For now, hackers are on the

Software

Is your business prepared for the unexpected?

Any experienced business leader knows this. They need to be prepared for the unexpected. But only some businesses take the time and devote the resources necessary to address a business

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PayPal Confirms Password Vulnerability

A security researcher discovered a high-severity bug affecting PayPal’s most visited pages: the login form. According to security researcher Alex Birsan, while exploring PayPal’s main authentication flow, he noticed a javascript