by Graham Cluley, from Business Insights , on 24.04.2017
A "sizable proportion" of businesses have still not put in place basic protection and policies to protect themselves from attack. read more
by Ionut ILASCU, from IoT Security Insights , on 21.04.2017
Baidu has announced that its new platform for building autonomous driving systems will be open sourced. Apart from driving progress in this segment, the move could improve defenses against interference from outside the car network. Apollo, the new project from the Chinese web services company, integrates all the components partners need to create their own ...
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by Luana PASCU, from HotForSecurity , on 21.04.2017
Considering the complex mix of advanced threats, sponsored attacks and other risks facing companies, CISOs face a tough battle in keeping their enterprises safe from breaches. CISOs are overwhelmed by the increased in data breaches and few can keep up with the flurries of attacks on their organizations, according to a recent survey of 300 […] read more
by Business Insights , on 21.04.2017
Some sixpercent of Europeans per day use credit cards online, mostly to buy clothes and shoes, according to Masterindex statistics. Although more and more consumers show interest in online payments, they worry about fraud, which could slow down ecommerce globally. read more
by Filip TRUTA, from HotForSecurity , on 20.04.2017
Audio electronics giant Bose faces data mining charges over accusations that it has been covertly collecting its customers’ personal information, including tastes in music and podcasts, in cooperation with a San Francisco-based aggregator. A class action suit filed in Chicago on Tuesday claims Bose has been “secretly collecting, transmitting, and disclosing its customers’ private music and […] read more
by Luana PASCU, from HotForSecurity , on 20.04.2017
Even doctors can’t tell the future. But recent developments in artificial intelligence say technology might just solve that problem, at least in terms of health. Will artificial intelligence replace physicians? Maybe. For now, it predicts when a person will suffer a heart attack or stroke, as long as five years beforehand, says BBC News. To […] read more
by Business Insights , on 20.04.2017
Last Friday (April 14, 2017), just before Easter, an egg was laid by The Shadow Brokers, a group that hopped into the spotlight in mid-2016. This time, the group dropped an especially colorful release, in the form of Eternalblue. read more
by Ionut ILASCU, from IoT Security Insights , on 20.04.2017
Security researchers have identified issues in the Bosch on-board diagnostics (OBD) dongle and associated mobile app that would allow an attacker to stop the engine of a moving vehicle. They also reported the increased possibility that an attacker could send random instructions to physically affect the car and its passengers. Bosch Drivelog, a car management ...
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by Liviu ARSENE, from HotForSecurity , on 20.04.2017
Described as a Critical Patch Update (CPU), Oracle has released a cumulative patch addressing 299 security issues in Solaris, including one in Oracle 10 to which the NSA allegedly had a hijacking tool. The privilege escalation vulnerability believed to be exploited by the NSA tool targeted the Common Desktop Environment on Solaris 10. While Oracle’s […] read more
by Liviu ARSENE, from HotForSecurity , on 19.04.2017
The number of fraudulent businesses abusing Google Maps with fake pins has fallen 70 percent following a joint effort between Google and University of California San Diego computer scientists to analyze more than 100,000 fraudulent listings. The scammers abused Google Maps location-based searches, placing fictive pins either offering deceptive services or referring traffic to legitimate […] read more