Connected vehicles and the rise of automotive cyber security

Vehicles are now entertainment, communications and productivity hubs, connected to both the internet and their surroundings – so automotive cyber security is increasingly essential, writes Alexander Moiseev After many months of downtime, the much-anticipated resumption of major motorsport races has begun. However, like all other real-world sports, there have been various changes brought about because […]

#Privacy: NYC Cybersecurity Bootcamp offers free training to all Americans

Following the massive surge in unemployment due to COVID-19, New York Cybersecurity introductory training has been offered to all American citizens to assist recovery from economic strain Fullstack Cyber Bootcamp, New York’s cybersecurity bootcamp partner, announced on June 2 that a free program to provide unemployed Americans with an opportunity to begin a career in […]

Last Thursday in Privacy: A fireside chat with Jon Ronson on privacy

Jon Ronson, renowned author and documentarian, will be joining Joe Tidy, BBC News Correspondent for a virtual fireside chat on June 25th to discuss his forte into privacy, and how he went from being a journalist exposing people’s secrets to becoming more cognizant with people’s right to privacy.  As a writer, Jon is an international […]

Do the latest moves from Google threaten our privacy?

Two announcements from Google, both seem reasonable under the circumstances, both have privacy implications, however.   We all agree; these are exceptional times. They call for exceptional measures — as long as they are reversed when things go back to normal.   Google itself has delayed an update to Chrome concerning third party cookies. Meanwhile […]

#Privacy: Microsoft discloses new security vulnerability

Microsoft has published an advisory regarding a new remote code execution vulnerability currently being exploited by attackers.  In the advisory, Microsoft stated that it had become aware of “limited targeted attacks that could leverage un-patched vulnerabilities in the Adobe Type Manager Library.” “Two remote code execution vulnerabilities exist in Microsoft Windows when the Windows Adobe […]

#Privacy: Security of RSA certifications comes under scrutiny

Researchers at cyber security firm Keyfactor have found encrypted weaknesses within RSA certification, leaving Internet of Things (IoT) devices vulnerable to attack.  RSA algorithm has become one of the most popular encryption techniques to secure data transmission.  “The security of RSA relies on the inability of another party to determine two randomly-chosen prime numbers from […]

#Privacy: Thanksgiving eCards found spreading malware

Malicious Thanksgiving Day eCards are now distributing the Emotet Trojan and other malware. Discovered by BleepingComputer, a new malicious email campaign, attached with a malicious Word document disguising itself as a Thanksgiving Day Greeting Card, has been unearthed. The email appears to be sent from someone sending the greeting card and wishing the victim a […]

#Privacy: Huge growth predicted in smart stadium market

The global smart stadium market size is expected to reach $21bn by 2025, expanding at a 20.9% CAGR over the forecast period, according to a study conducted by Grand View Research, Inc. Increasing focus on engaging and entertaining the fans at stadiums, coupled with stringent security regulations framed by sports governing bodies are among the key factors driving the market […]