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Collaboration to bring converging security architecture

Collaboration to bring converging security architecture
As the line between mobile devices and computers becomes increasingly blurred, security architectures from two previously separate worlds are also converging. GlobalPlatform’s secure components, the Secure Element (SE) and Trusted Execution Environment (TEE), are becoming de facto in mobile devices and the Trusted Computing Group’s (TCG) Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is widely deployed across the computing ecosystem. 
18th April 2019

How does your software security measure up?

How does your software security measure up?
In recent months, Wind River has offered a free software security assessment on our website.The survey is open to anyone and asks ten very brief yes/no security questions about your software system. Each question focuses on a different aspect of security as spelled out by the Wind River Helix Security Framework. This framework is built on the industry standard Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA) Triad.  Guest blog written by Rick Anderson and Arlen Baker.
16th April 2019

Energy industry vulnerable to increased cyber espionage

Energy industry vulnerable to increased cyber espionage
  Malicious actors are targeting critical infrastructure (CNI) sites and energy distribution facilities exponentially. Interconnected systems in the energy industry increase vulnerabilities, and cyber attacks often go undetected for some time. 
16th April 2019


UK business PCs have a one in ten chance of malware infection

UK business PCs have a one in ten chance of malware infection
One in every nine business PCs around the world is at risk of infection from malware at any time, according to new research by Avast. Pakistan, Vietnam and China topped the list of riskiest places to be a business with more than a one in three chance of infection. The United States, the Netherlands and Ireland recorded the lowest business risk ratio globally; however, each still had a one in eleven chance of infection.
9th April 2019

Partnership to increase manufacturing cyber security

Partnership to increase manufacturing cyber security
A new partnership has been announced by Make UK, with Vauban Group, to develop and deliver new cyber security services to members. Manufacturing companies are the third most frequent victim to cybercrime, behind only banks and Government departments, yet they are the least protected of all sectors against attack, the consequences of which can be devastating. 
9th April 2019

IoT, drones and cyber crime lead the agenda at IFSEC 2019

IoT, drones and cyber crime lead the agenda at IFSEC 2019
  The broadcaster and security journalist, Frank Gardner OBE and counter terror expert and Drone Warfare author, Dr Dave Sloggett have been confirmed as keynote speakers for this year’s IFSEC International, taking place 18th-20th June 2019 at ExCeL London.
9th April 2019

Small and tough mini media converter for security and transport

Small and tough mini media converter for security and transport
AMG Systems has launched a Mini media converter specially designed to be robust enough to withstand the challenging extremes of temperature which can face security and transport camera and device installations. The ruggedised 9HMEC Mini media converters are small enough to be installed in the confined spaces provided by camera poles and street cabinets, and tough enough to operate in temperatures ranging from -40 to 70°C.
9th April 2019

Solution for airport security surveillance to improve safety

Solution for airport security surveillance to improve safety
Air Travel is steadily growing year by year and with more people moving through airports security is becoming ever more essential. One of the larger airports in the Asia region was implementing a new surveillance system. The system would be comprised of many smaller units where a local server would connect to several security cameras.
8th April 2019

Thales acquires Gemalto as a leader in digital identity and security

Thales acquires Gemalto as a leader in digital identity and security
Thales has acquired Gemalto for €4.8bn which will create a Group on a new scale and a global leader in digital identity and security employing 80,000 people. The larger Thales will master all the technologies underpinning the critical decision chain for companies, organisations and governments. Incorporating the talent and technologies of Gemalto, Thales will develop secure solutions to address the major challenges faced by our societies, such as unmanned air traffic management, data and network cyber security, airport security or financial transaction security.
8th April 2019

Attack traffic up by 32% in 2018

Attack traffic up by 32% in 2018
New research from cyber security provider F-Secure reports a significant increase in attack traffic in the latter half of 2018. But while attacks are increasing, it seems many companies are struggling with incident detection. Attack traffic observed by F-Secure’s network of decoy honeypots in 2018 increased by 32% over the previous year, and increased fourfold in the latter half of 2018 compared with the first half of the year. 
5th April 2019


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