The Belgian army will stop using a GPS system due to a heightened risk of Russia’s disruption of the GPS signal. The Global Positioning System, originally NAVSTAR GPS, is a satellite-based radionavigation system owned by the United States government and operated by the US Air Force. The Belgian military will revert to the use of topographic maps and old fashioned compasses.
Every company is a target, no matter its size, function or annual revenue. Security risks come from every direction – malware, social networks and even employees. Every company has information worth protecting, and you owe it to your users to keep every byte safe and secure.
A new market research report by Future Market Insights on cyber security in robotics market includes industry analysis 2014-2018 and opportunity assessment 2019-2029. As per the findings of the report, the cyber security in robotics market reached a value of $2.4 billion in 2018.
When web applications are breached, enormous amounts of sensitive business data can be lost. According to Verizon’s 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report, web application attacks more than doubled in 2013 to become the #1 cause of security incidents.
One of the greatest challenges to protecting a business against cybercrime is the shape shifting nature of security threats. Innovation is not the sole domain of the good guys: cyber criminals are constantly finding ingenious new ways to tunnel into consumer, enterprise and institutional IT systems. They are increasingly professional, more aggressively funded, and better-equipped than ever to exploit any weak link in the security chain.
Automotive Cyber Security Market is expected to grow at approximately $32 million by 2023, at 9% of CAGR between 2019 and 2023. Automotive Cyber Security Market, By Security Type (Cloud Security, Endpoint Security, Wireless Security, Application Security), By Vehicle Type (Passenger Cars), By Application (Communication Channels, Safety Systems) and Regional Forecast 2023.
No one can deny it, security threats have increased dramatically over the last few years. Record global ransomware attacks have made the headlines recently, focusing the attention once more on the issue of data protection.
We know you’re tired of reading about the cyber skills gap; many organizations are obviously facing challenges in recruiting, skilling, and retaining security professionals. We haven’t written this cheat sheet to tell you what you already know. Instead, we will outline a realistic strategy for workforce-wide cyber skills development, focusing on the solution, not just the problem.
After sharp spikes in ransomware attacks in recent years, the total number of incidents is trending downward in 2018. But that’s not necessarily good news because these attacks also are becoming more targeted and potentially more dangerous.
Stadiums are a major focal point of any city and attract millions of visitors every year. As such, stadium and fans security cannot be taken lightly, especially as these security threats can come in many forms could cause a major catastrophe that can result in the loss of many lives and millions in property damages. In order to ensure the safety of the spectators and enhanced spectator experience, the security of the stadium is a vital element.
Data drives enterprise organization
If it is unavailable, then the entire business feels the impact, making data protection and recovery critical to the business. The amount of data being stored is growing at an exponential rate, all the while organizations need to ensure that they manage, protect and provide data availability 24 hrs a day 7 days a week. To become more cost effective, secure and agile, organizations are moving away from the classic on-premises infrastructure and are moving toward a cloud-based environment. Organizations may intend to use public cloud or private cloud, but why not a combination of both or multi-cloud? Enterprise cloud solutions offer the benefits of each type of cloud and allow flexibility over deployment models, while retaining control and visibility.
In today’s threat landscape, small businesses are uniquely vulnerable to cybersecurity threats. Unlike larger enterprises, they face resource constraints for the complex tasks of monitoring, identifying and remediating an increasing variety of risks— from strong encryption ransomware and malware to distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks and crypto mining threats. And while they may have a smaller attack surface, small businesses are just as vulnerable as a major enterprise.
QuantH Medical Blockchain Transforming Healthcare Security
Evolution of Blockchain in Healthcare
Healthcare is in a period of evolutionary transformation with blockchain offering so many use cases. There is a little known technology company, Quantum Medical Transport, Inc. DBA Quantum Medical Data Services listed on the OTC Pink ticker: (DRWN), that is developing an enterprise level Medical Records and Medical Billing Blockchain EMS cloud based software called “QuantH V. 1.0”.
The company CEO, Ricky Bernard, says the goal is to put patient in control of their medical records providing optimum privacy, transparency in medical billing, security from hacking and unauthorized access, and maintaining integrity of the records stored.