Not even dairy cows appear to be safe from internet of things flaws, researchers report after reverse-engineering health-monitoring collars for cows and finding they could eavesdrop on and alter data. Once addressed by the manufacturer, they said the non-updateable collars would have to be replaced.
Get Mandiant’s take on building security into AI systems, best practices for effective crisis communications during an incident, mitigating risks to IoT and edge network infrastructure, and much more in this latest edition of The Defender’s Advantage Cyber Snapshot. Once again we’re going beyond incident...
Rockwell's automation efforts have moved away from a purely programmed approach to one that combines programming and self-learning based on specified parameters. Rockwell trained autonomous vehicles using real-time learning and millions of images that capture optimal behavior by human drivers.
Rockwell Automation's acquisition of industrial cybersecurity vendor Verve will help businesses better handle one of the biggest challenges with critical infrastructure: asset identification. Industrial organizations need to manage plants located all over the world, and some of them are very old.
Security hygiene and posture management has become increasingly difficult because of factors like a growing attack surface, the increased use of cloud computing, and the need to support a remote workforce.
To assess how organizations approach SHPM today, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) recently surveyed IT and...
Unveiling a vision of factory workers using AI chatbots to control the assembly line, fix production issues and develop code, Rockwell Automation plans to buy an industrial cybersecurity vendor and team up with Microsoft's generative AI practice to speed automation design and development.
This week: espionage group exploits a zero-day in Roundcube Webmail, Cloudflare records a surge in HTTP DDoS attacks, ZScaler detects a spike in IoT hacks, the International Criminal Court says its cyber incident was espionage and the Kansas court system still offline.
Essential, real-time security information about every Internet of Things device should be clearly communicated to consumers before and after purchase, a consortium of technology vendors says in a list of IoT security principles, which recommend the use of "live labels."
In this era of Digital Transformation as our reliance on digital systems and technology increases, we see that it’s only cyberattacks that have broken away from this dependency and are exceeding in terms of both scale and severity.
Organizations, thought leaders and C-Suite officials are struggling to keep up...
The FDA has issued final guidance on how medical device makers should approach cybersecurity in their products to meet new requirements for including cyber details in their premarket product submissions. Starting Oct. 1, the FDA will "refuse to accept" submissions lacking those details.
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Disruptive technologies, such as AI/ML, cloud computing, and IoT, are fueling digital transformation while increasing the risk of cyber threats. With an ever-evolving and expanding threat landscape, it is time for...
Dragos completed a Series D extension to help organizations address enhanced OT security requirements from regulators and cyber insurance providers. The money will allow Dragos to help EU businesses affected by updated cybersecurity directives requiring many smaller organizations to boost security.
IoT devices, industrial, railway, automobile, and aircraft controls, as well as healthcare devices all have 3 things in common. First, these devices run on software and that software must be secured from cyberthreats as it is being developed. Second, when operating in the field, it is necessary to provide ongoing...
The number of connected devices used in healthcare is growing as manufacturers constantly introduce new types of IoT equipment. The ever-evolving threat landscape is making it harder for many entities, particularly outpatient care providers, to keep up, said Justin Foster, CTO of Forescout.
New regulations, including those coming into effect in the U.S., are pushing many medical device makers to radically reconsider how they approach cybersecurity for their products - including air gapping connections, said Phil Englert of the Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center.