Archives for February, 2020
The security industry has the perfect skillset and adversarial defense outlook to deal with some of the emerging societal issues in today's world, said security technologist Bruce Schneier.
The federal agency plans a slew of initiatives to address industrial control security this year.
Patrick Wardle talks about the biggest threats he's seeing impacting Apple devices.
An automated Google warning to Android app developers regarding mobile app permissions has cut the number of requests in half.
CEO Mary T. Barra addressed the high stakes in rolling out self-driving cars and biometric-enhanced vehicles, where one cyber-event could derail plans for emerging automotive technologies.
From vacuum cleaners to baby monitors, the IoT landscape continues to be plagued by concerning security issues that lead to privacy threats.
The Kr00k bug arises from an all-zero encryption key in Wi-Fi chips that reveals communications from devices from Amazon, Apple, Google, Samsung and others.
A popular baby monitor has been found riddled with vulnerabilities that give attackers full access to personal information and sensitive video footage.
When it comes to machine learning, research and cybercriminal activity is full speed ahead - but legal policy has not yet caught up.
Between ransomware attacks on healthcare devices, malware-laced “medical” apps, and fraud services available on the dark net, attackers are pushing the boundaries on targeting healthcare.