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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

Hardware/Network

Hardware Security Revisited

As Spectre and Meltdown demonstrated earlier this year, hardware is no less vulnerable to attack than any other system because hardware is an often overlooked piece of the security puzzle.  Security and

Hardware/Network Mobile

Personal mobile devices are the biggest threat to your network

Remote working and BYOD may be popular among employees but both pose a high risk to IT and security teams.Personal device use for remote work poses the biggest security risk

Mobile

Mobile operators must take more responsibility over our phone security

Cybercriminals have become increasingly adept at tricking telecoms into granting them access to customer’s phones. So you think you’re pretty security savvy. You use complex passwords for all your online

Hardware/Network

IoT security: The work on raising the bar continues

One of the main goals of Chief Information Security Officers should be to help the organization succeed, and they are unlikely to do that by denying their organization the ability

Industry Insights

The fax cyber hack scare and our need for advanced security solutions

Even in today’s digital world, legacy systems still pose a threat to governments and organisations around the world. It has been widely reported that there are around 45 million fax

Software

The future of work in the AI and ML context

Several studies have shown that by the end of 2030, more than 30% of the current jobs will be unnecessary – due to technological advancements. AI and machine learning will,

Software

Don’t sleep on laptop security, safeguard your data

For many of us, shutting our laptops after a tough day in the office is a satisfying feeling that signals the end of work until tomorrow. But what we don’t