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Rapid advances in technology in Smart Cities are growing in parallel with advancements in Smart Factory and other Industrial IoT (IIoT). What makes them similar? The number of endpoints, for one, as deployments are growing larger and more complex.
For better or worse, technology is taking over. And I don’t mean in the obvious “everybody is connected to their smartphone” kind of way. Rather, in a more holistic and invasive way, we are letting technology reach and control every little aspect of our lives.
The Industrial Internet Consortium recently announced the publication of the Data Protection Best Practices White Paper, as another collaborative step in establishing data security, privacy and trust enhancements across multiple devices, sensors, gateways, applications, clouds and systems being deployed in industrial settings.
Hacking is simply manipulating an administrative or technological procedure, finding a loophole in it, and exploiting it so that it behaves differently for your own benefit.
Over the past few years, there is a common and growing concern about smartphone hacks of random individuals or targeted personalities.
In a Multi Cloud World, Black Box, Grey Box and White Box Simulations Designed to Ensure Applications and Services are Fully Protected
As the cloud computing revolution has taken off, it is important to remember the major security dangers that come along with it. If an organization is utilizing the cloud for storage and communication, then it is necessary that they invest requisite time and money in proper cloud security.
With the sheer amount of unprotected data and information that exists in the IoT, the chances of cyberattacks have been steadily increasing, along with the need for innovative and experienced third-party cybersecurity companies.
Security Operations Centers of the Future: Combining People, Systems and Automation to Address New Threats (Time to Resolution examples)
Hackers often prey on the weakest link of every organization: employees with little or no cyber training. Consequently, it is essential that organizations educate their employees about basic cybersecurity best practices, and either implement or improve existing Security Operation Centers (SOCs).