CAN IP launched to boost automotive cyber security
UltraSoC has announced a significant boost to its automotive cyber security offering with the launch of the CAN Sentinel; new IP that adds a much-needed hardware-based layer of security into CAN bus, the global industry-standard interconnect for automotive manufacturers and OEMs.
New round of patents granted for AI identity platform
SailPoint has announced that the company has been granted additional US patents related to the SailPoint Predictive Identity platform, the company’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)-enabled identity platform.
Top 5 security predictions for the pace of cloud
As we look back across 2019, organisations saw a tremendous increase in not only the use of cloud for business, but the valuation of the data and applications hosted in the cloud. According to Oracle and KPMG’s annual Cloud Threat Report for 2019, seven out of ten indicated they use more business-critical cloud services than in 2018. By Greg Jensen, Senior Principal Director, Security, Cloud Business Group, Oracle
Public cloud-based attacks dominate threat landscape
Imperva has launched the Cyber Threat Index, a monthly report and measurement of the global threat landscape based on data from Imperva sensors across the globe.
Flash drive-sized single-board computer
Cyber security provider F-Secure’s hardware security professionals have created a new version of the USB armory, a single-board computer on a USB stick built from the ground up to be secure. The USB armory Mk II entrenches security in its lowest levels and is suitable for a wide range of applications, such as custom hardware security modules, and licensing tokens, that need the efficiency and flexibility of an embedded computer without sacr...
Duo partner to deliver cyber security for IoT devices
Telit has announced its partnership with Sternum, the multilayered cyber security solution providing real time embedded protection for IoT devices. Sternum’s solution can be built into Telit’s xE910 module family to give Telit’s customers in-depth visibility and security for their entire device fleet.
Data Privacy Day: make your business more secure
Data privacy is important all year long. But since January 28th is the Data Privacy Day, it can be a good reason to review your current situation and strengthen the protection. Here are five suggestions on how to take better care of your information online.
Collaboration ensures security for smart meters in South-Korea
Silex Insight and Argo have announced their collaboration for delivering a solution for security-conscious smart meters designers incorporating security IP from Silex Insight into the ASIC chip from Argo. The first customer of this collaboration is a power company in Korea with annual delivery of three million new and re-installed meters.
Enhanced user experience for contactless payments
Infineon Technologies’ new 40nm generation of security chip solutions – the SLC3x – is based on a design concept that provides performance and scalability for a vast array of smart card applications. Smart card manufacturers and payment solution providers will benefit from a family architecture based on the de-facto industry standard ARM, as well as innovative logistic concepts.
Security fears put young people off using virtual assistants
Whilst the future of virtual and voice assistants lies in being able to help consumers with banking, purchasing products online or customer service issues, concerns about being hacked and data privacy are shared by the majority of young Brits, new research released by Maintel has revealed. Over a third (37%) of 18-24 year olds currently use a voice assistant such as Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri ...