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Overlook 5G Security At Your Peril

5G is being hailed as the next big thing in the telecoms world. It’s seen as the enabler for IoT applications such as autonomous vehicles, healthcare solutions, and robotics –

Identity Theft

Security Shifts Focus From Defense to Response

Despite more organizations feeling that they are getting worse at preventing data breaches, the number of businesses that feel better prepared to respond to incidents is on the rise, according to

Software

The percentage of open source code in proprietary apps is rising

The number of open source components in the codebase of proprietary applications keeps rising and with it the risk of those apps being compromised by attackers leveraging vulnerabilities in them,

Hardware/Network

New Dept Of Energy Cybersecurity Strategy (Threat Sharing, Supply-Chain Risk Mgt., R&D, etc.)

The US Department of Energy released its Multi-Year Plan for Energy Sector Cybersecurity to help make US energy systems more resilient and secure. Also, the plan serves as a roadmap for the new Office of

Hardware/Network

Will Your Enterprise Survive the IoT Explosion?

We’re witnessing an explosion of connected things – from printers and air conditioning units to lighting systems and coffee machines – connecting to enterprise networks. This rapid proliferation is leaving

Hardware/Network

Internet of Things: Who is watching you?

An overwhelming number of IT security professionals (85%) see a cyberattack on critical infrastructure happening in the next five years. Pwnie Express CEO Todd DeSisto says that figure is perhaps

Hardware/Network

Relying on legacy security technologies leaves you blind to IoT threats

As shadow IoT infiltrate organizations, the variety of risks and threats stemming from these devices put networks and data at risk, according to 802 Secure. IoT and IIoT (Industrial IoT) introduce new IoT networks

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Seizing the Benefits of AI and IoT Through Data Security

As Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications are becoming more prominent, businesses must consider how to best process and analyze such data. Think of the countless business

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Hacking for fun and profit: How one researcher is making IoT device makers take security seriously

We should all be so lucky to enjoy our work as much as Ken Munro does.Generally attracted by research that “looks fun” and particularly interested in probing the security of

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IoT Security: Growing Awareness About What Needs to be Done to Prevent the Next Attack

IoT technology has the potential to help companies reach the next stage in their digital transformation, but deploying this new tech without seriously considering how to ensure data security is