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| |Old RF Protocols Expose Cranes To Remote Hacker Attacks
| |As IoT Grows, Confidence In Security Remains Low Despite the growth in use and the need for security in the use of embedded devices (IoT), almost half of all businesses are unable to detect a breach in any of their devices. The situation is worse in the UK (it rises from 48% overall to...
| |Why Its So Hard To Implement IoT Security Harmonizing Security Across IoT Infrastructures that are Connected to Both Brownfield and Greenfield Systems is Easier Said Than Done
| |Cloud Security Firm Sonrai Emerges From Stealth With $18.5 Million In Funding Sonrai, a company that offers data and identity control solutions for cloud environments, on Tuesday emerged from stealth mode with $18.5 million raised in a Series A funding round.
| |Schneider Electric Teams With Nozomi On Critical Infrastructure Security Schneider Electric has teamed up with industrial cybersecurity firm Nozomi Networks to offer anomaly detection, vulnerability assessment, and other services to customers in the critical infrastructure and other industrial sectors.
| |Researchers Invited To Hack A Tesla At Pwn2Own 2019 Researchers can earn up to $300,000 and a car if they manage to hack a Tesla Model 3 at this year’s Pwn2Own competition, Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) announced on Monday.
| |Check Point Acquires Web Application Security Startup ForceNock Enterprise cybersecurity solutions provider Check Point Software Technologies on Monday announced that it has acquired ForceNock, an Israel-based company specializing in securing web applications and APIs.
| |Security Expectations And Mis-Conceptions In Migrating ERP To The Cloud Digital transformation is increasing the need for enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems to allow organizations to manage the entirety of their business in a coordinated manner. Globalization is forcing organizations to consider cloud...
| |Firefox 69 To Disable Adobe Flash By Default Mozilla will soon disable Adobe Flash by default in Firefox, the first step toward completely removing support for the plugin in the browser.
The change will be initially made in Firefox 69 Nightly, and will then get through the entire...
| |Unpatched Flaws In Building Access System Allow Hackers To Create Fake Badges Researchers discovered that a popular building access control system made by IDenticard contains vulnerabilities that can be exploited to create fake badges, disable door locks, and obtain or modify user data.
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