by Business Insights , on 23.11.2020
The benefits of connected medical devices outweigh the risks.
While healthcare organizations know what steps they must take to secure these devices, the right precautions aren't taken
Security deficiencies include lack of network segmentation, poor implementation of encryption and protocols. read more
by Silviu STAHIE, from IoT Security Insights , on 20.11.2020
New research shows that many companies neglect to track IoT deployments, an issue that’s likely to impact their business when devices are stolen or break during their operation. Tracking all deployed IoT devices seems like a default measure that any company should take. However, many deploy IoT hardware in the field but don’t follow up ...
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by Graham CLULEY, from IoT Security Insights , on 20.11.2020
* Researchers were able to use data collected by navigation sensors to record audio signals * Ingenious technique may be able to spy on some sensitive data, but requires a large amount of effort A team of researchers have explained how internet-connected robot vacuum cleaners can be hacked to eavesdrop on homeowners' private conversations. Researchers ...
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by Silviu Stahie, from Business Insights , on 20.11.2020
The number of cyber insurance claims is on the rise since 2016
Business interruption is more expensive than the incident itself
Ransomware is responsible for more than $100 billion in losses read more
by Filip Truta, from Business Insights , on 19.11.2020
Remote work and cloud computing contribute to increase in ransomware attacks
Healthcare industry most vulnerable during pandemic
54% of MSPs say phishing is the most successful ransomware attack vector
One in four MSPs reported ransomware attacks on clients’ SaaS applications read more
by Silviu STAHIE, from IoT Security Insights , on 18.11.2020
The Tesla Backup Gateway, the technology that controls the connection to the power grid, has some security issues and lacks hardening measures, according to a report from Rapid7. A wide variety of exciting technologies populate the IoT ecosystem, and many of them are just working in the background with no real presence in consumers' day-to-day ...
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by Bogdan Carlescu, from Business Insights , on 18.11.2020
The last major release of the year brings on November 17, 2020 a new product and important enhancements:
Bitdefender Endpoint Detection and Response is a new EDR product that can coexist with any third-party endpoint security solution
GravityZone gets a new executive dashboard and an enhanced SIEM connector
All EDR products now feature custom EDR detection rules capability read more
by Silviu STAHIE, from IoT Security Insights , on 16.11.2020
A report from Consumer Watchdog singled out Tesla as an example of what a hacker can do. The organization provided a small demonstration on YouTube, but received mostly negative feedback from users as it doesn’t really offer any details. Modern cars integrate enough smart technology to qualify as an integral part of an IoT ecosystem. ...
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by Victor Vrabie, from Bitdefender Labs , on 16.11.2020
Bitdefender researchers have recently investigated a complex and targeted espionage attack on potential government sector victims in South East Asia, carried out by a sophisticated Chinese APT group. The operation dates back to late 2018, with current forensic evidence following the attack timeline up to 2020. This research focuses on dissecting an APT attack and […] read more
by Silviu STAHIE, from IoT Security Insights , on 12.11.2020
Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) announced that the trials of Wi-Fi 6 across deployments in diverse markets have concluded, and it’s ready now for a worldwide rollout. The new Wi-Fi 6 protocol, which can use wider channels at 160 MHz and a capacity of up to 9.6 Gbps (compared to 3.5 Gbps in Wi-Fi 5), is ...
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