Following the news that LG Electronics has been hit by a suspected WannaCry attack Dean Ferrando, EMEA Manager at Tripwire explains why companies are still vulnerable to Wannacry:
Yesterday, researchers discovered a security flaw that could potentially (and probably does) affect all new vehicles. It allows an attacker to turn off safety features, such as airbags, ABS brakes, and power-steering — or any of a vehicle’s computerised components connected to its controller area network or CAN bus.
Researchers have discovered a security flaw that could potentially affect all new vehicles. It allows an attacker to turn off safety features, such as airbags, ABS brakes, and power-steering — or any of a vehicle’s computerised components connected to its controller area network or CAN bus.
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ECA survey findings show major opposition to draft 18th Edition of BS 7671
Less than one in seven electrotechnical businesses (13 per cent) support the inclusion of new energy efficiency rules within the draft 18th Edition update to the Wiring Regulations (BS 7671), according to new survey findings from the ECA.
Positive Technologies’ research into 4G networks revealed that many vulnerabilities still exist, despite investment upgrading the UK to Diameter. Unaddressed, the flaws could allow hackers to intercept and divert SMS messages, eavesdrop on conversations and locate users via GPS. More pressingly, it highlights how DoS attacks on operator equipment could cause wide-scale network outages.
News broke this morning that a ransomware attack has locked over 200 accounts across networks in Delhi. The cyber attack was reported on August 9th when staff at the publishing company found that they could not log into their user accounts, and could only use the “demo” account. This follows on from an attack last year on Mumbai’s police system, causing files to be encrypted.
On-Premises Workloads Experience 51 Percent Higher Rate of Security Incidents than Applications Running on Public Cloud Platforms
LONDON, UK – August 15, 2017 – Alert Logic, the leading provider of Security-as-a-Service solutions for the cloud, today announced the availability of its 2017 Cloud Security Report. The report analyses customer data from more than 3,800 Alert Logic cloud, on-premises and hybrid cloud customers over an 18 month period, from August 1, 2015 to January 31, 2017. Report findings are based on an analysis of more than 2 million security incidents captured in Alert Logic intrusion detection systems and escalated by Alert Logic Security Operations Centre (SOC) analysts to its customers over 555 days, 32.5 million events associated with those incidents and 147 petabytes of security data.