by Silviu STAHIE, from IoT Security Insights , on 30.06.2020
A small contact tracker that uses Bluetooth is being distributed in Singapore to people who don’t want to use a contact tracing app on their phones or who don’t have smartphones or have limited mobility. The use of contact tracing apps is experiencing some resistance in the general population due to privacy concerns. A contact ...
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by Alina Bizga, from Business Insights , on 30.06.2020
A new report published by KnowBe4 delves into the top security challenges and issues that IT professionals and UK-based organizations face, including attack types, security initiatives and organizational limits.
by Silviu Stahie, from Business Insights , on 30.06.2020
A survey of some of the top IT security professionals who participated in the annual Black Hat USA conference underlined a key concern, with companies overwhelmingly believing that the COVID-19 pandemic increases cyberthreats.
by Business Insights , on 30.06.2020
日本真人做爰免费视频120秒 As enterprises continue with their digital transformations by automating their manual workflows, moving existing applications to the cloud, and developing and deploying new applications at a record pace, they’re also rapidly increasing the complexity in their environments, and as a result security controls and processes that should be in place continue to slip.
by Silviu STAHIE, from IoT Security Insights , on 29.06.2020
One of the operators of the Satori botnet was sentenced to 13 months in the United States to develop distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) botnets after he pleaded guilty to one count of fraud and related activity in connection with computers. Botnets are networks of connected devices and computers, controlled by people either rent them or use ...
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by Filip Truta, from Business Insights , on 29.06.2020
日本真人做爰免费视频120秒 An optimistic new report by the World Economic Forum predicts businesses will prioritize security in a bid to ensure longer-term success. The reason? A rapid increase in cyberattacks and pressures escalating from changes prompted by COVID-19.
by Silviu STAHIE, from IoT Security Insights , on 26.06.2020
A vulnerability was identified in six different Philips Ultrasound medical systems, which would allow an attacker to view or modify information. Medical IoT devices are an essential part of the IoT ecosystem, but they are more sensitive to vulnerabilities than regular devices. Vulnerabilities in medial IoT could literally make the difference between life and death, ...
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by Silviu Stahie, from Business Insights , on 26.06.2020
The Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystems may be populated by all the latest and innovative devices, but it's also home to legacy devices, which in many cases, are points of entry for adept hackers looking for a way into the infrastructure.
by Filip Truta, from Business Insights , on 25.06.2020
日本真人做爰免费视频120秒 Rapid changes to how businesses operate offer excellent opportunities for malicious actors to access corporate networks. Infosec professionals report that phishing and whaling attacks taking advantage of unwary employees have risen during the pandemic. At the same time, IT departments are deploying new technologies to support remote work without consulting those on the receiving end, potentially fueling bad actors’ malicious campaigns against businesses.
by Alina Daniela BIZGA, from IoT Security Insights , on 24.06.2020
An average of 80,000 printers are exposed online via IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) daily, according to a new study from the Shadowserver Foundation. The non-profit security organization, which has been participating in the Connecting Europe Facility funded project named VARIoT (Vulnerability and Attack Repository for IoT) since July 2019, aims to expand its “Internet wide ...
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