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IoT and the GDPR - How to stay compliant

Businesses that incorporate Internet of Things (IoT) into their daily operations have rarely, if ever, had access to so many resources to help improve your customer reach, collect more personal data and reduce your internal operational expenses due to IoT automation. IoT devices are ubiquitous, and as technology advances, so does the invention and use of connected devices within workplaces and our homes.

How Hospital Hacks Happen 1: The Unmanaged IOT

"How Hospital Hacks Happen" is the first in a series of videos that aims to raise awareness and education regarding both how hospitals can be attacked and how they can better protect their patients, medical devices and systems. The videos showcase various attack vectors and actors. In this one we look at unmanaged Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

Netskope Acquires WootCloud, an Innovator in Enterprise IoT Security

By 2025, there will be 55.7 billion connected IoT devices (or “things”), generating almost 80B zettabytes (ZB) of data. These are just some of the statistics that underscore enormous opportunity in IoT—and the enormous security risks all those IoT devices create.

R4IoT: When Ransomware Meets the Internet of Things

Over the past few years, ransomware has been evolving because of two ongoing trends: Ransomware actors have been evolving quickly and have moved from purely encrypting data until circa 2019 to exfiltrating data before encryption in 2020 to large extortion campaigns with several phases in 2021. The trend continued in early 2022 with the emergence of new and very sophisticated ransomware families such as ALPHV and more attacks by ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) gangs such as Conti.

Rapidly evolving IoT malware EnemyBot now targeting Content Management System servers and Android devices

AT&T Alien Labs™ has been tracking a new IoT botnet dubbed “EnemyBot”, which is believed to be distributed by threat actor Keksec. During our investigations, Alien Labs has discovered that EnemyBot is expanding its capabilities, exploiting recently identified vulnerabilities (2022), and now targeting IoT devices, web servers, Android devices and content management system (CMS) servers.

JFrog Connect: Ready for What's Next for DevSecOps, Edge and IoT

Today at swampUP, our annual DevOps conference, JFrog CTO Yoav Landman unveiled the next step toward making the Liquid Software vision of continuous, secure updates a truly universal reality. We’ve introduced JFrog Connect, a new solution designed to help developers update, manage, monitor, and secure remote Linux & Internet of Things (IoT) devices at scale.

The Industrial Internet of Things and Cybersecurity

Learn how the industrial internet of things (IIoT) is changing industries around the world, and what your business can do to make sure your IIoT devices are secure. The fourth industrial revolution – industry 4.0, as some are calling it – is upon us. As digital transformation sweeps across manufacturing, production and related industries, many organizations are grappling with this new stage in the organization and control of the industrial value chain.

What's on your security roadmap? Cybersecurity forecasting from an IoT ecosystem

Since joining a restaurant chain more than three years ago, this Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) has been a driving force behind its ability to stay ahead of the security curve. Here, they share why they’re focusing on securing third-party access, customer identity and access management, security awareness training, software assurance, and situational awareness and response for the foreseeable future.

How Tripwire Log Center and Tripwire Industrial Visibility Can Work Together

Many industrial security professionals lack visibility into their organizations’ assets and processes. This includes Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices as well as industrial organizations’ supply chains. Back in March 2021, Tripwire announced the results of a survey in which 99% of security professionals said that they had experienced challenges securing their organizations’ IoT and IIoT devices.

New Supply Chain Vulnerabilities Impact Medical and IoT Devices

Forescout’s Vedere Labs, in partnership with CyberMDX, have discovered a set of seven new vulnerabilities affecting PTC’s Axeda agent, which we are collectively calling Access:7. Three of the vulnerabilities were rated critical by CISA, as they could enable hackers to remotely execute malicious code and take full control of devices, access sensitive data or alter configurations in impacted devices.