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IoT
Regulators are coming for IoT device security

Cybersecurity is a relatively new challenge for many IoT device makers who have traditionally produced non-connected devices. These devices were less vulnerable to …

API
5 ways to keep API integrations secure

API integrations often handle sensitive data, such as employees’ personally identifiable information (PII), companies’ financial information, or even clients’ payment card …

software
Why it’s the perfect time to reflect on your software update policy

The threat landscape is evolving by the minute, with both malicious actors and well-intentioned researchers constantly on the hunt for new attack vectors that bypass security …

Michal Geva
Securing OTA with Harman International’s Michal Geva

The once far-off vision of remotely updating software without needing to bring it into a service center was initially designed for bug fixes and cybersecurity updates. Today, …

hardware
Most third-party libraries are never updated after being included in a codebase

79% percent of the time, third-party libraries are never updated by developers after being included in a codebase – despite the fact that more than two thirds of fixes …

architecture
Why enterprises need rugged devices with integrated endpoint management systems

The debate within business organizations of whether to use consumer devices or to invest in rugged devices for the operations side of their business is as old as personal …

money
Financial institutions can strengthen cybersecurity with SWIFT’s CSCF v2021

The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT) has introduced an updated set of baseline customer security controls that all of its users must …

PCI DSS
Is your organization prepared for PCI DSS 4.0?

Designed to ensure that all companies securely transmit, store or process payment card data correctly, compliance to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) …

How a move to the cloud can improve disaster recovery plans

COVID-19 and the subsequent global recession have thrown a wrench into IT spending. Many enterprises have placed new purchases on hold. Gartner recently projected that global …

Woman working on laptop
The security consequences of massive change in how we work

Organizations underwent an unprecedented IT change this year amid a massive shift to remote work, accelerating adoption of cloud technology, Duo Security reveals. The security …

building
Most companies have high-risk vulnerabilities on their network perimeter

Positive Technologies performed instrumental scanning of the network perimeter of selected corporate information systems. A total of 3,514 hosts were scanned, including …

PCI Council
PCI SSC updates standard for payment devices to protect cardholder data

The PCI Security Standards Council has updated the standard for payment devices to enable stronger protections for cardholder data. Meeting the accelerating changes of payment …

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