by Silviu STAHIE, from IoT Security Insights , on 24.09.2020
In a bipartisan effort, the U.S. House of Representatives has passed a new bill designed to increase security for IoT devices. It’s aptly named the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act, and it still needs to go through the U.S Senate and to be signed into law by the President of the United States. More and more ...
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by Silviu Stahie, from Business Insights , on 23.09.2020
SMBs are not prepared for security incidents but are looking for more protection
Cybersecurity investment from SMB will likely rise
A majority of SMBs believe that cybersecurity will be outsourced in the next five years
Small and medium businesses (SMB) know that cybersecurity is a priority, but their leaders also believe that their organization will be the target of an attack in the next six months, according to a new survey from ConnectWise. read more
by Business Insights , on 22.09.2020
Most CISOs are concerned about the threat of cyberwarfare to their organisation yet a lot of businesses don’t have a strategy in place to protect against it. In fact, new research by Bitdefender found 71% of CISOs believe cyberwarfare is a threat to their organisation.
Despite this, only just over a fifth (22%) admit to not having a strategy in place to mitigate this risk. read more
by Business Insights , on 22.09.2020
Healthcare breaches continue in high numbers
Vendor report details minority of healthcare providers can't meet NIST CSF criteria
Healthcare providers can get back on track, but it will take a strong focus on an effective remediation plan read more
by Graham Cluley, from Business Insights , on 22.09.2020
Your customers can be helped to change their weak passwords
All your company needs to do is make one change to its website
Supports new feature coming to Google Chrome next month read more
by Silviu STAHIE, from IoT Security Insights , on 21.09.2020
Security researchers found that a relatively new botnet named Mozi has picked up some steam, and its’ currently spiking in IoT usage. It’s using one of the most common techniques to compromise devices, command injection. Many of the current IoT botnets are Mirai-based and share code with the already famous malware. Mozi falls into the ...
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by Ashish Chakrabortty, from Business Insights , on 21.09.2020
Zerologon is a zero-credential vulnerability that exploits Windows Netlogon to allow adversaries access to the Active Directory domain controllers, first reported in August 2020
“This attack has a huge impact” according to researchers, as attackers on the local network can launch this exploit to compromise the Windows domain controller with no authentication
Bitdefender customers are protected from this post-exploit technique via our Network Attack Defense, Anti-Malware SDK and Indicator of Risk (IOR) technologies read more
by Silviu Stahie, from Business Insights , on 18.09.2020
The main driver of the IoT market is not innovation and the final product suffers
The IoT gold rush brings more and more unsecure devices because standards and regulations don’t really exit
Security for IoT devices can still be achieved, even in these conditions, and the solution is in the ISPs’ hands
The IoT ecosystem is built on a sand foundation, with its devices always in the spotlight for their lack of security, vulnerabilities and other potential problems looming on the horizon. With no solution in sight, even in the long run, the devices' security now falls into the users' or ISPs' responsibility. read more
by Alina Daniela BIZGA, from IoT Security Insights , on 17.09.2020
A new Bluetooth vulnerability could potentially affect billions of smartphones and IoT devices running on Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) protocol, researchers from Purdue University warn. Unlike the latest BLURtooth vulnerability that refers to the way Bluetooth devices pair with one another, BLESA (Bluetooth Low Energy Spoofing Attack) was discovered in the reconnection process of BLE devices. ...
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by Filip Truta, from Business Insights , on 17.09.2020
Chief Information Security Officers are preparing for an average of 3.3 security compliance standard audits over the next six to 12 months
Of the CISOs working for software companies, 77% said they were preparing for SOC-2 audits
Security seniors are worried about their current resources facing upcoming audits and security compliance
Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) must prepare for more than three audits on average in the next six to 12 months but struggle with inadequate tools, limited budgets and personnel, and inefficient manual processes. read more