Dan Kaminsky advocates fixing today’s internet before it breaks the same way it did in the 1990s.
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Kaspersky Lab researchers participated in a Reddit AMA, touching on topics such as attack attribution, critical infrastructure security, attacker and researcher tradecraft, and the shortage of security talent.
Juniper patched a crypto security bug that could allow hackers to access the company’s routers, switches and security devices and eavesdrop on sensitive communications.
An Internet scan of the IPv4 address space uncovered more than 100 critical facilities exposed to the public Internet, including hydropower plants in Germany and Italy.
Researchers at SentinelOne said they have discovered a malware dropper for the Furtim malware that was designed to attack an unnamed energy company in Europe.
Hospitals are on the IoT device vanguard revolutionizing patient care, but they are also huge targets for hackers targeting unsecure IoT medical devices.
A report on ICS security released today by Kaspersky Lab reveals how dire the situation really is.
The Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT) warned users several builds of energy automation software this week.
The transportation industry is increasingly targeted by cybercriminals looking to cause chaos, steal frequent flier miles and extort money with DDoS attacks.
Advantech has published a new version of its WebAccess product to address vulnerabilities that put installations at risk to remote code execution attacks.