by Ionut ILASCU, from IoT Security Insights , on 22.09.2017
Networking equipment maker D-Link has released a patch for a series of vulnerabilities affecting one of its routers. The security flaws, disclosed publicly almost two weeks ago without alerting the manufacturer, could allow a hacker to fully control the device through various methods. Issues have been reported for other devices, but an update is not ...
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by Razvan Muresan, from Business Insights , on 21.09.2017
One of the top challenges many cyber security executives face today is deciding which technologies to invest in to strengthen their organizations’ security posture. read more
by Filip Truta, from Business Insights , on 19.09.2017
One of the biggest consumer credit reporting agencies in the United States is learning a harsh lesson. A massive breach that affected personal information of 143 million U.S. consumers has led to the forced retirement of Equifax’s chief information officer and chief security officer, a 13 percent drop in market valuation, several class action lawsuits and a deterioration in public trust. read more
by Cristina POPOV, from IoT Security Insights , on 18.09.2017
The future is here. Technology is already changing the way our children learn. Are schools, parents, and teachers ready for a change in traditional learning practices? Although the process is inevitable, we still have choices. How do we react? Should we take advantage of tech opportunities or hold on to practices proven to work well ...
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by Razvan Muresan, from Business Insights , on 18.09.2017
Nine in ten IT execs in the UK are concerned with the security of the public cloud, and almost 20% do not deploy security for sensitive data stored outside the company’s infrastructure, according to a recent Bitdefender survey. Half of those surveyed admit cloud migration has significantly expanded the size of the border they have to defend, while only one in five encrypts already migrated data. read more
by Ionut ILASCU, from IoT Security Insights , on 18.09.2017
Mirai will go down in history as the first botnet of internet-of-things devices powerful enough to shake the web. A year later, thousands of gadgets are still infected with code that is likely from the original versions of the malware program and tens of thousands more appear to be infected by other malware of the ...
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by Cristina POPOV, from IoT Security Insights , on 15.09.2017
Since the worldwide attack using the WannaCry ransomware, digital warfare has come into the public focus like never before. One could think that awareness of the matter has made people take precautions, but speakers at the Cyber Security and Information Warfare Summit from Techfestival said few have done so. Cyber security experts are caught between ...
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by Luana PASCU, from IoT Security Insights , on 15.09.2017
IoT sensors, expected to grow to a staggering 50 billion in number, raise cyber security concerns because they have been incorporated in many devices that can be controlled with a smartphone, including lights, refrigerators, cars and thermostats. The US government has decided to take action against lax IoT security, following regular detection of vulnerabilities in ...
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by Liviu Arsene, from Business Insights , on 15.09.2017
The use of machine learning algorithms in the security industry has become a necessity with the rapid growth of malware samples. Obfuscation, polymorphism and encryption have caused a surge in new malware, which now numbers in the hundreds of millions of samples hunting on the internet. read more
by Luana PASCU, from IoT Security Insights , on 14.09.2017
Over 5 billion Android, Windows, iOS and Linux devices that use Bluetooth to communicate are exposed to remote control, redirection to phishing websites and man-in-the-middle attacks after eight zero-day vulnerabilities were detected, including three that are critical. The cyber threat, dubbed BlueBorne, doesn’t require user interaction and affects all Bluetooth-enabled devices including smartphones and smart ...
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