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Tackling IoT security with new Wind River services offering

Tackling IoT security with new Wind River services offering
The number one issue facing IoT deployments is security and it must be properly addressed before broad adoption can begin. Guest blog written Amit Ronen.
3rd October 2017

Office of Naval Research invests in cyber security research

Office of Naval Research invests in cyber security research
Developer of commercial embedded software assurance tools and advanced cyber security solutions, GrammaTech, has announced that it has been awarded a $9m, three-year contract from the Office of Naval Research, a division of the United States Department of the Navy, to perform research and development into techniques for protecting software from cyber attacks. The goal of GrammaTech’s contribution to the overall Navy programme is to advance the field of transforming existing software applications so that they are tailored for specific new situations.
3rd October 2017

SecureRF partners with Intel for future-proof FPGA security

SecureRF partners with Intel for future-proof FPGA security
  To provide engineers with quantum-resistant authentication and data protection solutions, SecureRF and Intel are collaborating for Intel FPGA-based Internet of Things (IoT) projects.
28th September 2017


Improving security management for Android and iOS devices

Improving security management for Android and iOS devices
Global mobile device management seller, Sicap Schweiz, has announced that its Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution offers enterprises and users increased security as it provides full mobile device management capabilities for the world’s two leading mobile ecosystems; Google Android and Apple iOS. As the workforce becomes more mobile and the enterprise bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies gain dominance, security threats grows and a need for centrally managed corporate mobile security and usage policies becomes crucial in global companies.
25th September 2017

Duo detect cyber security threats on next-gen vehicles

Duo detect cyber security threats on next-gen vehicles
  To help the automotive industry test, detect and remediate the increasing cyber security threats targeting next-gen vehicles, TÜV Rheinland and VisualThreat has announced a strategic partnership.
21st September 2017

Bittium receives security classification for Tough Mobile smartphone

Bittium receives security classification for Tough Mobile smartphone
  The National Cyber Security Centre-Finland of the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority has granted approval for the mobile security and public safety targeted Bittium Tough Mobile LTE-smartphone and related Bittium Secure Suite back-end system to process material that is classified nationally as confidential.
18th September 2017

Do you know if your business needs to comply with GDPR?

Do you know if your business needs to comply with GDPR?
As the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) deadline approaches - it is set for 25th May 2018 - an independent global survey commissioned by WatchGuard Technologies shows that many organisations are ill-prepared due to uncertainty about the criteria for compliance. The results show that a staggering 37% of respondents simply don’t know whether their organisation needs to comply with GDPR, while 28% believe they don't need to comply at all.
14th September 2017

Ricardo and Roke to develop connected transport against cyber attacks

Ricardo and Roke to develop connected transport against cyber attacks
  To develop solutions that will make autonomous and connected transport robust against cyber attack, Ricardo and Roke Manor Research have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).  
14th September 2017

The top 10 cyber security risks

The top 10 cyber security risks
Cyber security is never far from the news – from utility hacks in Eastern Europe to automotive security breaches in the US, the profligacy of connected devices in our modern world mean the hacking barbarians are well and truly at our gates, and the means by which they force entry is ever-evolving and increasingly sophisticated. Electronic Specifier’s Joe Bush takes a look at the main cyber security risks.
12th September 2017

Tradespeople lack confidence advising on smart security

Tradespeople lack confidence advising on smart security
A national survey of 730 tradespeople carried out by ElectricalDirect in support of National Home Security Month has revealed that 89% of survey respondents are not confident when advising customers on smart security.
6th September 2017


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