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July 1, 2019  2:46 PM

What the rise of industrial IoT means for cybersecurity

Andrew Howard Profile: Andrew Howard
cybersecurity, IIoT, IIoT security, industrial internet of things, Industrial IoT, IoT cybersecurity, iot security, malware

It is difficult to find an industrial or operational technology firm today not focused on -- or at least exploring how to -- incorporate IoT. According to some estimates, the industrial IoT industry will have more than 46 billion active industrial connections by 2023. The market is demanding smart...

June 7, 2019  1:20 PM

How to have a safe connected cyber summer

Anthony Giandomenico Anthony Giandomenico Profile: Anthony Giandomenico
Internet of Things, iot, IoT cybersecurity, iot security, IoT threats, IoT updates, malware, Passwords, Spam, Two factor authentication, Wi-Fi security

Summer means vacations and down time. People are booking hotels, arranging travel or settling in at the beach with the digital version of a summer novel. For many families, the kids are home from school and permanently wired in to an array of connected devices. So, along with the sunscreen and bug...


May 7, 2019  1:59 PM

Why are connected devices leaving UK businesses as vulnerable as ever in 2019?

Myles Bray Profile: Myles Bray
Cyberattacks, cybersecurity, IIoT security, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, IT security, malware, Network security, network visibility, OT security, securing IoT

By now, we have become all too familiar with the volatile state of the enterprise cybersecurity landscape. Businesses across the globe are enduring an endless barrage of security threats. These cyberattacks -- such as


May 2, 2019  3:17 PM

Can California legislation save the world from IoT security risks?

Guy Rosefelt Profile: Guy Rosefelt
Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT legislation, IoT regulations, iot security, IoT threats, malware, password security, Passwords, securing IoT, Security legislation, security regulations

I am known for railing against IoT devices because I consider them the eventual destroyers of the internet as we know it. They are not secure, most people that use them do not realize they are not secure, and most vendors that make them have done little knowing they are not secure. Having said...


March 5, 2019  1:21 PM

Combatting the continued expansion of IoT threats

Anthony Giandomenico Anthony Giandomenico Profile: Anthony Giandomenico
botnets, Internet of Things, iot, IoT botnet, IoT networking, iot security, malware, securing IoT, Segmentation

The expanding threat landscape resulting from the convergence of cyber and physical systems is providing cybercriminals with additional entry points into the corporate network. This is not going unnoticed by cybercriminals. The Fortinet


February 4, 2019  12:51 PM

IoT security trends to watch in 2019

Andrew Howard Profile: Andrew Howard
Artificial intelligence, Blockchain, bug bounty, Cyberattacks, Cyberinsurance, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, IoT threats, Machine learning, malware, securing IoT, Security threats

The IoT market continues to grow, with investments expected to top $1 trillion by 2020, according to IDC. With the rollout of 5G, 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


November 8, 2018  10:25 AM

California’s new IoT security law: Inching toward a safer future

Damon Kachur Profile: Damon Kachur
Authentication, Botnet, DDOS, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, malware, manufacturers, Passwords, security in IOT

The internet of things is becoming increasingly ubiquitous in American society. Smart home devices control our lighting, heating and entertainment systems. Health monitoring devices alert caregivers the moment medical issues arise. IoT-connected vehicles are now commonplace. Even traffic patterns...


August 8, 2018  11:03 AM

Top 5 challenges of navigating the IoT security minefield

Andrew Useckas Profile: Andrew Useckas
Botnet, DDOS, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, malware, nist, security in IOT

I received an email from a security camera vendor today. The main selling point for its product is, "You can access your video from anywhere, on any device, at any time." In other words, "We store your data in the cloud." Just a quick glance at its website revealed there are no third-party audits...


March 29, 2018  1:00 PM

Use software composition analysis to secure the industrial IoT

Eric Free Eric Free Profile: Eric Free
Bill of Materials, Botnet, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, malware, Software

Earlier this year, botnets attacked networked security cameras, shining a light on the vulnerability concerns around industrial systems and the industrial IoT. As with any device connected to the internet, these types of devices have characteristics that make them a compelling target for botnet...


March 22, 2018  10:54 AM

IoT devices and systems, are they ‘gateways’ to cyber events?

Brian Berger Profile: Brian Berger
cybersecurity, Data-security, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, malware, Risk management, security in IOT, Segmentation, Viruses

IoT will continue its steady growth patterns for the foreseeable future. The estimate is 20 billion "things" by the end of this year -- that is a big population of IoTs! With research pointing towards retail, healthcare and supply chain as key commercial markets that have a high adoption of IoT,...


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