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Automated Vehicle Cybersecurity Concerns: A Look Down the Road
Category: Information Security & Privacy, Transportation
With a wide variety of devices, sensors and platforms in today’s vehicles, cars are data factories on wheels. Through these platforms, vehicles and transportation infrastructure are increasingly connected, making vehicles an increasingly attractive target for cyber attackers. As modern vehicles…
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FBI Warns of Imminent Cybercrime Threat to U.S. Hospitals and Health Care Providers
Category: Health Care, Information Security & Privacy
In a Joint Cybersecurity Advisory issued Wednesday, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Department of Health and Human Services warned of an imminent ransomware threat to U.S. hospitals and healthcare providers. More than 400 hospitals…
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The Importance of Communication in Smart Supply Chain Security
Category: Information Security & Privacy
According the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Best Practices in Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management report, smart supply chain operations are ushering in a fourth industrial revolution through digitization and network connectivity of all industrial processes. Smart supply…
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Back to Basics: Valuable Reminders from Capital One's Data Breach
Category: Information Security & Privacy
In March 2019, Capital One experienced a significant hacking incident in which a former tech company software engineer for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Capital One’s cloud hosting company, exploited a misconfigured open-source web application firewall that Capital One was using as part of its…
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Data Security Threats to Consider While Employees are Working Remotely
Category: Coronavirus (COVID-19), Information Security & Privacy
COVID-19 has thrown many businesses into the fire of remote working. Morphisec reported in its Work-from-Home (WFH) Employee Cybersecurity Threat Index that remote working was an entirely new experience for 49 percent of employees, and 25 percent of employees working from home aren’t familiar with…
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