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Oracle IoT

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailMassive IoT means massive cybersecurity implications Support for a massive number of internet of things devices, as well as significantly increased device density, is one of the primary use cases …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailAT&T and Ericsson are offering to test and validate IoT devices to help safeguard against cybersecurity threats. The pair are offering the service through the CTIA’s new cybersecurity certification programme. Devices …

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private-sector cybersecurity

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailA previous article in this series discussed government efforts for cybersecurity. This article will give a rundown on some of the major standards development organizations (SDOs) in the area of …

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cybercrime

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailCountering cybercrime is a daunting challenge, not only because there are so many cybercriminals but also because they are so technically sophisticated. A 2014 ZDNet article stated that organized cybercrime …

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cyber threats

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThere was a time that physical attacks by one country on another occurred only during open war. In the past few decades, however, cyber attacks on critical infrastructure continue to …

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cyber threats

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailIf you want to do real harm to a country attack its infrastructure — utilities, for example — and its economic base — its industry. In the United States both …

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machine learning

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailTrying to keep intruders out of your network is like trying to keep vermin out of a house in a bad neighborhood. The rodents and insects never stop trying to …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailIBM has announced a new cybersecurity testing facility for its X-Force Red ethical hacking team at its campus in Austin, Texas, alongside three further testing sites, in Atlanta, Georgia, in …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe European Commission (EC) has proposed a total budget of €51.5 billion for new technologies and network infrastructure under its next funding cycle, from 2021 to 2027, to drive industrial …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe ‘internet of things’ (IoT) market is being undermined by complexity, as well as challenges with security, reckons UK-based micro-processor firm Arm, as it confirmed deeper integration with IBM’s Watson. …

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