By removing the most common cause of traffic accidents – the human driver – autonomous vehicles are expected to reduce traffic accidents and fatalities. However, they may pose a completely different type of risk to drivers, passengers and pedestrians. …Read More Cybersecurity risks connected to AI in autonomous vehicles
Protecting your organisation against cyber attacks can sometimes feel like a never-ending game of security whack-a-mole. As soon as you’ve secured one weakness, another one appears. This can demoralise any organisation and make them believe that good information security practices are impossible. However, there is a solution – but it requires a different way of thinking. Organisations must stop looking at each individual threat as it arises and instead build defences that are equipped to handle whatever cyber criminals throw at you. Doing that is simpler than it sounds. That’s because, as much as cyber criminals’ tactics evolve, they tend
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Internal threat actors cause millions in damages and at times walk away scot-free while you’re left picking up the pieces. Think you’re immune to this type of event? Trust me, you’re not.
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President Biden wants his Peloton in the White House. For those who have missed the hype, it’s an Internet-connected stationary bicycle. It has a screen, a camera, and a microphone. You can take live classes online, work out with your friends, or join the exercise social network. And all of that is a security risk, especially if you are the president of the United States.
Any computer brings with it the risk of hacking. This is true of our computers and phones, and it’s also true about all of the Internet-of-Things devices that are increasingly part of our lives. These large and small appliances, cars, medical devices, toys and — yes — exercise machines are all computers at their core, and they’re all just as vulnerable. Presidents face special risks when it comes to the IoT, but Biden has the NSA to help him handle them…Read More Presidential Cybersecurity and Pelotons