Posts Tagged 'cybersecurity'

Intel Security CTO Steve Grobman has pointed out that gaining the upper hand in cybersecurity requires that we extend our thinking beyond the physical economy of money, assets, goods, and services to a Second Economy defined by the currencies of trust, time, and money. As in other industries, health care is working toward maximizing efficiencies, […]

The world of security for the Internet of Things just became more complex. IoT devices are no longer a potential threat to their owners; now they pose a significant threat to everything connected to the Internet. The old IoT security problem For the past year, the cybersecurity and IoT communities have been at odds regarding […]

We’re no strangers to Armageddon-scenario movies, but today a real disaster hit the internet. Using brute-force tactics that flood key elements of the internet’s structure, cybercriminals managed to shut down a variety of popular websites. The resulting chaos essentially closed the entire East Coast of the U.S., before spreading to other parts of the country […]

One of the best ways to develop secure Android applications is to engage in penetration (pen) testing, in effect trying to break into your application just as an attacker might do. This is the fourth in a series of posts on pen testing Android applications. In the first we set up the testing environment and captured traffic. In […]

As a security professional, online safety is always on my mind. Especially when I’m using my personal devices, rather than my work devices. I always try to follow a few routine tips and tricks to make sure my personal information stays, well—personal. So like other members of our Intel Security family, I wanted to share […]