Month

May 2017
Good article from ‘DarkReading’ on the lessons learnt from the WannaCry attacks: “The scope and severity of the fallout from the WannaCry attacks over the past week elicits plenty of “we told you so” head shakes about the dangers of ransomware. With a lightning-fast speed, the blackmail worm spread quickly. The attacks against the UK’s National...
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The overwhelming majority (80.1%) of IT professionals worry about the potential for attacks originating through their Internet of Things (IoT) devices, according to a recent survey by Lieberman Software Corporation. The survey also showed that most IT pros (63.1%) are not confident that their organizations can track and manage all the IoT devices on their...
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Richard Marshall, on behalf of the IoT Security Foundation, was asked to take a look at the investigations into Nomx’s claims of ‘Absolute Security’ for it’s email and messaging product product. You can find here what he had to say from a IoT perspective on how the public information relates to the work of the IoT...
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