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Hardware/Network

The attack surface is growing faster than it has at any other point in the history of technology

Avast launched its annual Threat Landscape Report, detailing the biggest security trends facing consumers in 2019 as collected by the Avast Threat Labs team. Some of the key security trends that

Hardware/Network

Hardware is on its way out as the demand for SD-WAN climbs

In today’s world applications are moving to the cloud and employee mobility is on the rise, which adds unprecedented flexibility and agility. However, this drive towards digital transformation means that businesses are

Industry Insights

ATM attackers strike again: Are you at risk?

The United States National ATM Council recently released information about a series of ATM attacks using rogue network devices. The criminals opened the upper half of the ATM and installed the device,

Hardware/Network

Managing Firewalls in the Cloud: do Companies Know Enough About Security Intent?

How businesses are building firewalls is changing. We’re seeing a continued trend toward smaller firewall boundaries and micro-segmentation to support zero-trust strategies, although it can be very piecemeal. As businesses

Hardware/Network

Losses From Online Payment Fraud To Reach $48 Billion Annually

A new study from Juniper Research has found that annual online payment fraud losses from eCommerce, airline ticketing, money transfer and banking services, will reach $48 billion by 2023; up

Mobile

New Vehicle Hack Exposes Users’ Private Data Via Bluetooth

People who have synced their mobile phones with a wide variety of vehicle infotainment systems may have have their personal information exposed to a new type of vehicle hack, security

Hardware/Network

Helping Researchers With IoT Firmware Vulnerability Discovery

John Toterhi, a security researcher with IoT security company Finite State, believes that many of the security problems plaguing IoT devices are solvable problems through transparency. Click here to view

Software

USB threat vector trends and implications for industrial operators

In an attempt to make industrial control systems less accessible to attackers, industrial players are limiting network access and increasingly using USB media devices to transfer patches, updates and files

Hardware/Network

The future of OT security in modern industrial operations

Both the likelihood and consequences of cyberattacks to OT/ICS components continue to grow for modern industrial operations. In this podcast, Andrew Ginter, VP of Industrial Security at Waterfall Security Solutions, and

Hardware/Network

Safe IT/OT integration with unidirectional security gateways

The reason SCADA security is so controversial stems primarily from the intense consequences that come from a compromise in this area. In this podcast, Andrew Ginter, VP of Industrial Security