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Hardware/Network

The state of ICS and IIoT security in 2019

Industrial control systems continue to be soft targets due to poor cyber hygiene. New study identifies what’s wrong and best practices for fixing it.Industrial control systems (ICS) are designed to

Software

Demise of the Digital Society?

There is no denying that the world wide web has revolutionized every aspect of modern society, from business to communication to entertainment. With the spread of high-speed internet across the

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

Flaws in brain stimulation tech could let hackers erase or hold memories for ransom

If security flaws in brain stimulation tech are not fixed, researchers warn that hackers will be able to target your memories, erase them or hold them for ransom in the

Hardware/Network

Overcoming the Electronics Industry’s Insecurity Over Industrial IoT Deployments

In December 2017, cyberattackers used TRITON/TRISIS malware to target safety instrumented system (SIS) controllers at a critical infrastructure organization. The malware was designed specifically to interact with the controllers, potentially

Industry Insights

6 Common Myths That Could Be Holding Back Your Cybersecurity Awareness Efforts

When we talk cybersecurity awareness, the focus is almost always on employees and their operations. While a security-minded staff is indispensable and always the first line of a company’s cybersecurity

Hardware/Network

Why You Need Advanced Authentication to Protect Identities Without Compromising User Experience

Gone are the days when a masked robber would walk into a bank, wave a gun in the air and declare, “This is a stick up!” Why would any criminal

Hardware/Network

What is the Standard for IoT Security?

The number of IoT products for consumers is growing rapidly. You can use them to adjust your heating or lighting, control access to your home, monitor your baby and keep

Hardware/Network

IoT has potential to innovate, but is it secure?

While the Internet of Things has the potential to drive the next wave of online innovation, it needs to be grounded on secure networks that prevent cyber criminals from hacking

IT Compliance

Most consumers worry about cybercrime, but are not aware of what can be done about it

There is a high level of concern among consumers about the risks associated with cybercrime from their smart devices, and one in four claims to be a victim of a