Connected devices are becoming more ingrained in our daily lives and the burgeoning IoT market is expected to grow to 41.6 billion devices by 2025. As a result of this rapid growth and adoption at the consumer and commercial level, hackers are infiltra…
Healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) have been busy increasing their network and systems security in the last year, though there is still much room for improvement, according to Forescout researchers. This is the good news: the percentage of device…
If Q2 2020 surprised us with an unusually high number of DDoS attacks for this period, the Q3 figures point to a normalization. Judging by the number of unique targets, in comparison with last quarter, cybercriminals were more attracted by European, and less by the Asian countries.
Attacks on IoT devices continue to rise at an alarming rate due to poor security protections and cybercriminals use of automated tools to exploit these vulnerabilities, according to Nokia. IoT devices most infected The report found that internet-connec…
Systems designed by Mottech Water Management were misconfigured and put in place and connected to the internet without password protections.
Researchers found more than 100 smart irrigation systems running ICC PRO that were left exposed online without a password last month. Security experts from the Israeli security firm Security Joes discovered more than 100 irrigation systems running ICC PRO that were left exposed online without protection. ICC PRO is a top-shelf smart irrigation system designed by Motorola. […]
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The COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with an explosion in the number of connected devices, have led to a swelling in IoT infections observed on wireless networks.
PARC’s contract calls for up to 10,000 more compact drifters to compile data about oceans and environmental and human impacts.
Why are connected medical devices vulnerable to attack and how likely are they to get hacked? Here are five digital chinks in the armor.
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The two companies will combine that artificial intelligence in Honeywell Forge performance management software with Microsoft Dynamics Field Service.