Is more IoT driving more cyber attacks?

The WannaCry ransomware attack from this May made the whole world think about cyber security issues once again. Another unique point for WannaCry versus previous cyber attacks is IoT also got involved with the crisis as well. We learned from the news reports that this worm virus was different from usual. It had not only tried to

Is more IoT driving more cyber attacks?
What does the WPA2 vulnerability mean for IoT?

Researchers at a Belgian University earlier this week revealed the discovery of a break in the security protocol used to protect the vast majority of Wi-Fi connections (WPA2 based).  Mathy Vanhoef of imec-DistriNet, KU Leuven University, released his findings explaining that an attacker within range of a victim can exploit these weaknesses using key reinstallation attacks (KRACKs) to read information

What does the WPA2 vulnerability mean for IoT?
The future of tokenization and blockchain is not just ICOs

Blockchain business case variety seems secondary in the conversation around blockchain hype. Tokenization on a blockchain system has received attention around the world with the increasing prevalence of ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings). For those who continue to see “ICO”, but have no firm understanding of the definition, here’s an over simplified version. An ICO is

The future of tokenization and blockchain is not just ICOs
8 predictions for the future of IoT in 2017

Every year IoT brings new things to biotechnology, manufacturing, home living and every aspect of our daily lives. We’ve seen it disrupt traditional industries, transform our cities and contribute to the autonomous transport of the future. It sits in an ecosystem where machine learning, AI and data analytics help us understand our world more than ever before

8 predictions for the future of IoT in 2017
29% of Internet Users Have Bought Things From Spam Email?? Say It Aint So!

Security company Marshal reports that their latest survey found 29% of respondents willing to admit that they have purchased something from a spam e-mail. While that number seems pretty questionable, PCMag’s Appscout points to a related survey from Forrester in 2004 that found 20% of people say they have bought from spammers. In other words

29% of Internet Users Have Bought Things From Spam Email?? Say It Aint So!



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