Posts Tagged 'embedded security'
With the growth of the Internet of Things, going from 15 billion to 200 billion devices by 2020, and the focus by attackers to get further down the stack, silicon-based security will play an increasing role in protecting technology and users. As attackers evolve, they get stronger, smarter, and more resourceful. Traditional defensive structures must […]
Protecting customers take precedence over seeking headlines – this was the title of a recent blog by our very own Christiaan Beek into the priorities of the team. Yet, within 72 hours we were awoken with news of a recently discovered espionage campaign using a toolkit under the name of Regin. McAfee is aware of […]
By Brad Antoniewicz and Raj Samani Headlines across multiple media outlets are sounding the alarm on a new vulnerability affecting Linux and Unix systems. Nicknamed “Shellshock,” the vulnerability is said by some to have wider reach and impact than the recent Heartbleed vulnerability in April that, by some estimates, affected over million Internet-accessible systems. For […]
Now, if your tax returns are up to date and you have a healthy relationship with a financial planner, I have no doubt you could answer this question in an instant. But what about your other assets? And I am not referring to your children because clearly they are priceless – most of the time!! […]
Encryption is the science of encoding and decoding secret messages. It began as cryptography—the ancient Greeks used it to protect sensitive information that might fall into the hands of their enemies. More recently, governments have used encryption for military purposes, but these days the term if often used in reference to online security. Encryption is […]