The 'mobius strip' of cyber security
Over the last few years, cyber security criminals have become more agile and possess a higher quality of skill than ever before. However, these skills come at a cost to industries worldwide. According to the Allianz Risk Barometer 2020, companies now see cybercrime as the biggest threat to their business, taking the top spot for the first time and ranking above threats such as climate change, natural disasters and market developments. By Miles T...
BlackBerry solutions address 96% of enterprise threat landscape
BlackBerry has announced findings from an independent Frost & Sullivan report which concludes that BlackBerry can secure all IoT endpoints, and upwards of 96% of all cyber threats. The report reviews the cyber threat landscape and the proportion of risks that BlackBerry’s suite of solutions protect enterprises against.
Business security not fit for home working
Almost half (48%) of business decision makers have admitted that their existing cyber security policies are currently not suitable for maintaining a 100% remote working model. This increased risk has led to nearly two thirds (65%) anticipating an increase in phishing and breach attempts, according to a new survey from Centrify, provider of Identity-Centric Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions.
TPM 2.0 specification for rising cyber security threats
The Trusted Computing Group (TCG) has released its TPM 2.0 specification Revision 1.59 - providing necessary updates to the previously published TPM specification to combat the growing sophistication of cyber security threats worldwide.
Security solution for the Sheikh Khalifa Central Hospital
Siqura and TKH Security realised a fully integrated surveillance and access control system in the Sheikh Khalifa Central Hospital. This new hospital is located at the eastern edge of the emirate of Fujairah and will provide better 24/7 health services to citizens on the Eastern coast.
BlackBerry and Intel partner to stop cryptojacking malware
BlackBerry has announced the release of BlackBerry Optics v2.5.1100 with cryptomining and cryptojacking malware detection for Intel-based commercial PCs. To detect advanced cryptojacking malware, the BlackBerry Optics Context Analysis Engine (CAE) leverages unique CPU telemetry from Intel Threat Detection Technology (Intel TDT) to provide enterprises and SMBs unparalleled detection of cryptojacking attempts.
Infineon SECORA ID S security for electronic ID cards
With SECORA ID, Infineon Technologies offers an easy-to-integrate security platform for contactless digital ID documents. The first product variant, SECORA ID S, is a particularly flexible, Java-based solution. It simplifies and accelerates the design and production of region-specific sovereign documents such as eIDs in card format.
Honda: managing a crisis within a crisis
Earlier this week car manufacturer Honda was hit by a cyber attack affecting its ability to access its email and internal systems. The attack was felt across its entire global network, with experts widely suggesting it could be the work of the 'Ekans' or 'Snake' ransomware strain, designed to attack industrial control systems networks.
RazorSecure protects millions of rail journeys
RazorSecure has announced that it has now protected more than ten million rail passengers. The milestone comes as more people are using the internet to communicate, with social distancing measures in place to help limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Rambus CryptoManager for enhanced security
Rambus has announced the CryptoManager Root of Trust RT-640 and RT-645 cores have been certified ASIL-B and ASIL-D ready, respectively. These automotive-grade secure co-processor IP safeguards SoCs in V2X communications, ADAS, ECU platform management, infotainment and other critical vehicle systems.