It has been reported that the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has announced the publication of its Security by Design report containing a proposed Code of Practice for Consumer IoT products. It details 13 steps to assure security including, no default passwords, implementing a vulnerability disclosure policy and ensuring software can be updated.
Security researchers have spotted the first cryptocurrency miner that includes a “kill list” feature that shuts down the processes of other coinminers in an attempt to hog the infected computer’s mining power only for itself. Spotted by ICS Sans researcher Xavier Mertens, this coinminer is nothing out of the extraordinary and is just one of the many new cryptocurrency-mining-focused malware strains that have appeared since the start of the year, when most of cybercrime landscape shifted from ransomware operations to coinminer distribution.
A year on from Amazon’s S3 outage at its US-East-1 datacentre region, a power loss incident in the same place has caused a fresh round of service disruption for the cloud giant’s customers. A power outage affecting one of Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) largest US datacentre regions reportedly knocked hundreds of online services offline across the world on Friday 2 March.
Two Ginetta G58s are set to take on the mighty Silverstone 12 Hours this weekend (09 / 10 March). Fresh from a double victory in Dubai, the Ginetta remains the car to beat. Simpson Motorsport will field the all-star line-up, which includes Steve Tandy, Bob Berridge, Mike Simpson, Neale Muston, John Corbett and Andreas Laskaratos
The automotive retail centres, which are already part of the Inchcape Group, take on the Inchcape name from this month
6th March 2018: Inchcape Group has today announced that Hunters Land Rover and H.A. Fox Jaguar have rebranded under the Inchcape name, marking a major milestone for the development of the automotive business.
Asbestos was officially banned in the UK in 1999, but it still remains a serious risk to our health. As a building material used for insulation, flooring and roofing, asbestos is often present in older buildings and warehouses. If asbestos is exposed and small fibres are inhaled, they can remain in your lungs for a long period of time and can cause scaring and inflammation. This can lead to directly related medical conditions, including asbestosis, lung cancer and mesothelioma.
- “No vendor or supplier can guarantee GDPR compliance,” says Ricoh VP
- “Responsibility for GDPR compliance starts and rests with individual organisations”
- Mike Irvine was keynote speaking at a ‘Print Security & GDPR’ event in London