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Collaboration ensures security for smart meters in South-Korea

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.
23rd January 2020

Partnership to improve vehicle cyber security management

Partnership to improve vehicle cyber security management
Fujitsu Limited and Upstream Security have announced a partnership for vehicle cyber security. The companies will collaborate in the development of security operations solutions for connected vehicles. As more vehicles are connected to the network, they are increasingly prone to the growing risk of cyber attacks. International and domestic committees such as UNECE/WP.29, have already started discussing regulation and standardisation of cyber security for connected vehicles.
21st January 2020

Enhanced user experience for contactless payments

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.
20th January 2020


Security fears put young people off using virtual assistants

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 or Google assistant to contact companies for assistance or to make a complaint. 
16th January 2020

The most common hacking methods per industry

The most common hacking methods per industry
More than half of UK businesses have reported cyber-attacks in 2019. And recent threats to Britain’s nuclear industry proves no-one is safe. Is each industry susceptible to a certain type of hacking? Specops Software sought to find out. Individuals from a range of sectors were asked whether they/their company had experienced a cyber-attack in the past five years (or since launch). 
15th January 2020

Back to work, but are passwords redundant?

Back to work, but are passwords redundant?
Millions of workers returning to work after Christmas and New Year will have to remember an average of 191 passwords and many of these will have been forgotten over the break. It comes as no surprise then that employees may not be instantly productive as they waste time calling IT helpdesks to help them login. This ‘password fatigue’ is expensive, costing companies $70 per individual password reset according to authentication platform Veridium. 
10th January 2020

Major vulnerabilities in popular wireless presentation system

Major vulnerabilities in popular wireless presentation system
Consultants with cyber security provider F-Secure have discovered several exploitable vulnerabilities in a popular wireless presentation system. Attackers can use the flaws to intercept and manipulate information during presentations, steal passwords and other confidential information, and install backdoors and other malware. 
6th January 2020

Which industries are best equipped to prevent cyber attacks?

Which industries are best equipped to prevent cyber attacks?
In an increasingly connected world, no industry - or user of technology - is immune from threats from malicious online actors. Using its Attacker Resistance Score methodology, Synack has identified the industries best protected (and most at risk) from cyber attacks.
19th December 2019

5 technology trends to impact the security sector in 2020

5 technology trends to impact the security sector in 2020
As existing technologies reach maturity and innovations make the leap from consumer applications to business (and vice versa), it’s imperative that we constantly seek to find those that have the potential to add value to our own business and those of our customers. As we look ahead to 2020, Johan Paulsson, CTO, Axis Communications has identified five trends that will have an impact on the physical security industry.
19th December 2019

Setting the pace for cloud data protection

Setting the pace for cloud data protection
Druva has announced it has surpassed $100 million in annual recurring revenue (ARR), marking another major milestone reflective of the company’s continuous, hyper-growth. Fuelled by increasing cloud adoption and a shift to SaaS delivery for data protection, Druva has almost tripled its annual revenue in three years.
18th December 2019


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