The Internet of Things (IoT) aims to enhance the way we engage with devices around the home and we are now beginning to see the growth of this technology reach our driveways. Specifically, our automobiles.
The Polish airline LOT had to ground several planes, temporarily stranding 1,400 passengers at Chopin airport in Warsaw after the airline's ground computers were attacked by hackers. The systems, used to distribute flight plans, experienced an attack in the afternoon with the airline fixing the issue around five hours later, according to a Reuters report. The airline canceled ten flights, domestic and international, and another 12 or so flights were delayed
I’ve been tracking the size and composition of the top million websites (thanks to the HTTP Archive) since 2011. Back in 2012, it was huge news when the average page exceeded 1 MB. At the time, people were incredulous… and even outraged.
The image most people have of a hacker is a lone teenager locked up in a room staring at the monitor typing away. While that still might be the case, the vast majority of today’s security breaches are being carried out by organized criminal enterprises, government-sponsored cyber warfare, hacktivists and cyber terrorists.
Recent point-of-sale malware attacks, and reports about emerging malware strains, highlight why more attention needs to be paid to POS system security. Last week, restaurant/grocery store chain Eataly reported a malware-related POS breach at its New York location, one of 27 worldwide.
Cisco announced a new security hardware server, the Firepower 9300, on Monday that's designed to provide a platform for multiple network security services.
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