New vehicle hacking threat exploits Bluetooth connectivity and targets a car’s infotainment system to access stored contacts, call logs, text logs, and in some instances even full text messages without the user being aware.
Attackers are becoming savvier, using search engine optimization (SEO) techniques to bump malicious links and malware to the top of users’ search engine results. Email, SMS, messaging apps, and social media are also commonly used to lure users.
What some are calling ‘Industrie 4.0’ or the Smart Factory has become a reality, and has accelerated the digital transformation in the industrial sector. This increased reliance on digital systems has led to an increased emphasis on industrial control systems (ICS) security in the manufacturing sector.
Report shows media and entertainment industry are facing a unique set of cyber threats such as using offensive and threatening content, pirating goods and counterfeiting tickets.
Insurers have a vital role to play in inoculating organizations against potentially crippling attacks. With cyber insurance premiums forecast to reach $7.5 billion by 2020, how can insurers do their part to leverage this opportunity for the benefit of customers in today’s digital world?
WEF2019 global risk report has named cyber attacks and data breaches as the fourth and fifth most serious risks facing the world, and will do more damage than man-made environmental disasters.
Despite the potential for visual hacking to take place in public, only 30% of business travelers say that their organizations have educated them on how to protect sensitive information.
Chinese hackers have just pulled off one of India’s biggest cyber fraud ever by convinceing the head of a local Indian subsidiary of an Italian firm to wire $18.6 million from bank accounts in India to a bank account in Hong Kong.