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Hardware/Network

Securing and managing the enterprise Internet of Things

A future where the Internet of Things spreads exponentially is almost certain. Seemingly everybody wants these devices: consumers for the helpful features and manufacturers for the ability to collect data about the

Hardware/Network

Privacy a Key Concern for Telecoms and Consumers

Two recently published surveys about the telecom industry revealed that privacy as it relates to security and the internet of things (IoT) has become a top concern for both businesses

Hardware/Network

Major flaws uncovered in leading IoT protocols

Trend Micro warned organizations to revisit their operational technology (OT) security after finding major design flaws and vulnerable implementations related to two popular machine-to-machine (M2M) protocols, Message Queuing Telemetry Transport

Industry Insights

The Budget Should Help Us Bridge The Cyber Security Skills Gap

The media headlines were about the end of austerity and the digital sales tax on Google and Amazon. Yet from the viewpoint of a technology innovator it was the Chancellor

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

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

Industry Insights

What 9 Cybersecurity Research Reports Say About the State of Risk

Cybersecurity vendors and organizations put out a steady stream of research, sometimes in support of a product, but it almost always has something to say about the state of cyberthreats.

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