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How Can Businesses Defend Themselves Against Common Cyberthreats?

Today, all businesses are at risk of cyberattack, and that risk is constantly growing. Digital transformations are resulting in more sensitive and valuable data being moved onto online systems capable of exploitation, thus increasing the profitability of a successful breach. Furthermore, launching a cyberattack is becoming more accessible. Exploit kits . . . Read more

4 IoT Trends U.K. Businesses Should Watch in 2024

The realm of the Internet of Things encompasses more than just the latest products. As the network of connected devices grows — the number worldwide is expected to reach over 29 billion in 2027 — so do the policies, responsibilities and innovations that surround it, all of which contribute to . . . Read more

3 UK Cyber Security Trends to Watch in 2024

Staying up to date with the latest in cyber security has arguably never been more paramount than in 2024. Financial services provider Allianz named cyber attacks this year’s biggest risk for business in the U.K. and a top concern for businesses of all sizes for the first time. However, many . . . Read more

MWC Barcelona 2024: Humane Demonstrates Its Wearable Ai Pin

Members of the mobile and telecommunications industries have gathered at Mobile World Congress 2024 in Barcelona, held Feb. 26-29. The main trends at MWC so far are AI, 5G and always-on connectivity. We’re rounding up the enterprise business tech news from MWC that is most relevant for IT and tech . . . Read more

Patch ‘Em or Weep: Study Reveals Most Vulnerable IoT, Connected Assets

Phones, tablets and workstations with unpatched CVEs are a clear and present danger. New Armis study lists the most vulnerable. Image: AndSus/Adobe Stock Asset visibility and security company Armis identified connected assets posing the greatest risks to global enterprise. Armis’ new research, based on analysis from its Asset Intelligence Engine, . . . Read more

S3 Ep149: How many cryptographers does it take to change a light bulb?

by Paul Ducklin HOW MANY CRYPTOGRAPHERS? No audio player below? Listen directly on Soundcloud. With Doug Aamoth and Paul Ducklin. Intro and outro music by Edith Mudge. You can listen to us on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and anywhere that good podcasts are found. Or just drop the . . . Read more

S3 Ep130: Open the garage bay doors, HAL [Audio + Text]

by Paul Ducklin I’M SORRY, DAVE, I’M AFRAID… SORRY, MY MISTAKE, I CAN DO THAT EASILY No audio player below? Listen directly on Soundcloud. With Doug Aamoth and Paul Ducklin. Intro and outro music by Edith Mudge. You can listen to us on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher . . . Read more

US government warning! What if anyone could open your garage door?

by Paul Ducklin Cybersecurity researcher Sam Sabetan yesterday went public with insecurity revelations against IoT vendor Nexx, which sells a range of “smart” devices including door openers, home alarms and remotely switchable power plugs. According to Sabetan, he reported the bugs to Nexx back in January 2023, but to no . . . Read more