The cybersecurity battlefield is evolving rapidly, so analyzing threats from the last year can help experts anticipate trends that may emerge in coming months. Here’s a cybersecurity forecast for 2017:
Like many recent tech innovations, including Uber, Facebook and Mint, dating apps use algorithms to make life easier—in this case navigating the dating minefield to reach your soulmate. So why is it so much harder to design an algorithm to help you find love than one to find you a ride?
Although you should always pay attention to your cybersecurity, when you travel for business, it is imperative to be even more vigilant about protecting your digital assets. When you are on the road, you are also responsible for safeguarding your organization’s property and information—and you’re slightly more vulnerable to cyberattacks. This guide provides a few pointers on how to develop safe cybersecurity habits when you travel for work.
Security for computer systems—and all IoT devices are computers—is a fundamental concern for businesses, consumers, and governments. The reality, however, is that security is not being considered in the design phase of most IoT devices, leaving them vulnerable to remote hacking. The need for certified security by design is a vital issue for the future of the IoT.