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How to manage IoT cybersecurity

How to manage IoT cybersecurity

On top of that, quite a few IoT devices are the result of the convergence of cloud computing, mobile computing, embedded systems, big data, low-price hardware, and other technological advances. IoT devices can provide computing functionality, data storage, and network connectivity for equipment that previously lacked them, enabling new efficiencies and technological capabilities for the...

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SAVE NOW: Protect seniors online from scams, hacks and tax fraud

SAVE NOW: Protect seniors online from scams, hacks and tax fraud

In fact, a new survey by Home Instead, Inc., franchisor of the Home Instead Senior Care network, found 67 percent of surveyed older adults have been the victim of an online scam or hack. Encouraging seniors to practice cyber security can go a long way toward protecting their identity and sensitive financial information. Home Instead...

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Global Cybersecurity Solutions and Services Market 2019 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024

Global Cybersecurity Solutions and Services Market 2019 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024 Click here to view original web page at www.reportsnreports.com According to statistics cited by Symantec, in that one minute, more than 679 new malware variants may have been created (there were 357 million new malware variants detected in 2016...

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Cyber Security Challenges in Healthcare IoT Devices

Cyber Security Challenges in Healthcare IoT Devices

Healthcare Challenges Before digging into the report findings, it is important to understand the challenges the modern healthcare environment faces. Saving lives and treating patients is the top priority for healthcare organizations, and they can’t afford to have their systems down to be patched, even for just a few hours. Sustaining 24/7 operations is critical...

IoT Security
The vital importance of Secure by Design in the IoT age: IFSEC 2019

The vital importance of Secure by Design in the IoT age: IFSEC 2019

The notion goes one step further than Secure by Default by challenging manufacturers to make their products safe – all of the time – rather than pass this responsibility to the end user. Security journalist Frank Gardner OBE introduced the panel by saying that their chat before the session had scared him somewhat. It quickly became apparent...

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A bug in Wi-Fi ‘extenders’ could give a hacker full control over the devices

A bug in Wi-Fi ‘extenders’ could give a hacker full control over the devices

If you’re looking to strengthen the Wi-Fi signal in your home or business, be sure the equipment you use doesn’t have a vulnerability that could give free rein to hackers. IBM X-Force researcher Grzegorz Wypych has found such a firmware flaw, one that would let an attacker execute code remotely without having to log into...

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Akamai Technologies join hands with DreamHack for cybersecurity

Akamai Technologies join hands with DreamHack for cybersecurity

As the popular cloud delivery platform, Akamai provides its customers with the best and most secure digital experiences on any device, anytime, and anywhere. Akamai intends to serve a larger base of carrier and enterprise customers with more comprehensive security products. These products will be designed to more effectively identify, block, and mitigate cybersecurity threats...

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A First-of-its-kind Cybersecurity Solution Designed Specifically for Insurance Agents

A First-of-its-kind Cybersecurity Solution Designed Specifically for Insurance Agents

Launching in June, InsuraShield is a first-of-its kind cybersecurity resource designed specifically for independent agents. It includes a powerful and unique combination of software, services and information that can help agencies protect against cyber-attacks, improve cybersecurity knowledge and comply with insurance industry-related security regulations. The Westfield Agents Association (WAA), a member based not-for-profit organization that...

Hacks and Breaches
1 in 4 Local Governments Will Fall to Ransomware, Experts Say

1 in 4 Local Governments Will Fall to Ransomware, Experts Say

Because most municipalities don’t have millions to spend on cybersecurity the way big corporations do, they can be easy prey. Ransomware has targeted more than 70 local and state governments so far this year.…

IoT Security
How to manage IoT cybersecurity

How to manage IoT cybersecurity

On top of that, quite a few IoT devices are the result of the convergence of cloud computing, mobile computing, embedded systems, big data, low-price hardware, and other technological advances. IoT devices can provide…

Media Alert: Tufin Announces Speakers for Tufinnovate Lisbon

Tufinnovate is the company’s annual user conference. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in peer-to-peer information sharing and troubleshooting to learn how to gain the most value from Tufin’s solutions. Customers will directly…

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Sun of a breach: Don’t bring cyber risks back to work from the beach, urge cybersecurity experts

Sun of a breach: Don’t bring cyber risks back to work from the beach, urge cybersecurity experts

Dr Jessica Barker As people go on their annual holidays, could they be risking the cybersecurity of their workplaces? A new finding from the Palo Alto Networks Trust in the Digital Age online survey,…

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Coalition presses to change surveillance law

Coalition presses to change surveillance law

With help from Eric Geller, Martin Matishak, Alexandra S. Levine and Daniel Lippman Editor’s Note: This edition of Morning Cybersecurity is published weekdays at 10 a.m. POLITICO Pro Cybersecurity subscribers hold exclusive early access…

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Android Malware Cerberus Available in Underground Forums for Rent

Android Malware Cerberus Available in Underground Forums for Rent

Hacking News Researchers discovered a new Android malware “Cerberus” that is being rented (Malware-as-a-service) on underground forums for the last two year and the malware used for various private operation. Unlike other banking trojans…

Hacks and Breaches
Teen Tells DEF CON How He Hacked Millions of Student Records From Popular Education Software

Teen Tells DEF CON How He Hacked Millions of Student Records From Popular Education Software

During Demirkapi’s freshman year, a mixture of boredom and aimless ambition led he to start investigating the companies’ interfaces. In Blackboard’s Community Engagement software alone, he was able to access records for roughly 5…

Industry
America is woefully unprepared for cyber warfare

America is woefully unprepared for cyber warfare

The U.S. military is increasingly adept at mounting cyberattacks in places like Russia and Iran, but America’s computers are almost completely defenseless. Without strong protections, offensive attacks can be invitations for disaster instead of deterrents.…

Industry
Senate passes cybersecurity bill to decrease grid digitization, move toward manual control

Senate passes cybersecurity bill to decrease grid digitization, move toward manual control

The U.S. Senate on June 27 passed a bipartisan cybersecurity bill that will study ways to replace automated systems with low-tech redundancies to protect the country’s electric grid from hackers. The Securing Energy Infrastructure Act (SEIA) establishes…

Industry
Incident Response: Five Key Factors CISOs Should Consider

Incident Response: Five Key Factors CISOs Should Consider

As attacks become more sophisticated and frequent, 86% of CISOs agree that cyber-incidents within their companies are inevitable. So, it comes as no surprise that the majority (76%) believe that speed and quality of incident response…

Industry
Cyberwarfare escalation just took a new and dangerous turn

Cyberwarfare escalation just took a new and dangerous turn

Government hackers like to target energy companies because power outages can cause immediate chaos across wide areas. There are plenty of reasons to be worried about the security of power grids too. In 2016 —…

DarkMatter Group Calls for Improved Vigilance as UAE’s Cyber-threat Landscape Reaches Critical Level

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, June 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — DarkMatter Group, the region’s first and only fully integrated digital and cyber transformation firm, today released the first semi-annual Cyber Security Report for 2019 revealing…

Industry
Global beer maker hops into cybersecurity

Global beer maker hops into cybersecurity

Dive Insight: American CEOs began 2019 with cybersecurity top of mind: the impacts of a possible breach or attack on their companies ranked first among a list of external threats to their companies. Fearing the potential for…

Industry
Blockchain: Update on a Technology that Will Affect our Future

Blockchain: Update on a Technology that Will Affect our Future

Everyday Use People are already enjoying the benefits of DLT in the form of Smart Contracts. When exchanging anything of value, individuals now do not need a third party (such as a notary official) and…

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Saudi Arabia ‘a prime target for hackers,’ cyber experts warn

Saudi Arabia ‘a prime target for hackers,’...

DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s size, wealth, and geopolitical prominence make it a prime target for cyberattackers, experts have warned on the eve of a high-profile cybersecurity conference that begins in Riyadh on Monday. “As the world…

Is Digital Privacy Even Possible? We Asked Sailpoint’s Global Evangelist

Is Digital Privacy Even Possible? We Asked...

Mike kiser Leaks are having a moment. Employees at Google and Facebook routinely leak details about company culture and labor practices to journalists, and Donald Trump’s White House has been termed “the leakiest White House…

Sun of a breach: Don’t bring cyber risks back to work from the beach, urge cybersecurity experts

Sun of a breach: Don’t bring cyber...

Dr Jessica Barker As people go on their annual holidays, could they be risking the cybersecurity of their workplaces? A new finding from the Palo Alto Networks Trust in the Digital Age online survey, suggests…

Hacks and Breaches

1 in 4 Local Governments Will Fall to Ransomware, Experts Say

1 in 4 Local Governments Will Fall...

Because most municipalities don’t have millions to spend on cybersecurity the way big corporations do, they can be easy prey. Ransomware has targeted more than 70 local and state governments so far this year. (Shutterstock)…

Sun of a breach: Don’t bring cyber risks back to work from the beach, urge cybersecurity experts

Sun of a breach: Don’t bring cyber...

Dr Jessica Barker As people go on their annual holidays, could they be risking the cybersecurity of their workplaces? A new finding from the Palo Alto Networks Trust in the Digital Age online survey, suggests…

Android Malware Cerberus Available in Underground Forums for Rent

Android Malware Cerberus Available in Underground Forums...

Hacking News Researchers discovered a new Android malware “Cerberus” that is being rented (Malware-as-a-service) on underground forums for the last two year and the malware used for various private operation. Unlike other banking trojans such…

Teen Tells DEF CON How He Hacked Millions of Student Records From Popular Education Software

Teen Tells DEF CON How He Hacked...

During Demirkapi’s freshman year, a mixture of boredom and aimless ambition led he to start investigating the companies’ interfaces. In Blackboard’s Community Engagement software alone, he was able to access records for roughly 5 million…

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