Posts Tagged 'intel'
At the 2016 Black Hat security conference, automotive cybersecurity researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated new ways to hack the 2014 Jeep Cherokee they compromised at the conference the year before. They were able to stop the vehicle from any speed in seconds, manipulate the steering so as to crash the car, and take control […]
New. Next. It’s how we defined the future of cybersecurity, and of our organization at the 2015 FOCUS Security Conference. It’s gratifying that since October customers have rewarded us with meaningful gains. In Q1, our revenue was up 12% year over year, and we continued strong growth in net income as a result of our […]
Intel Corporation has a secret advantage to protect itself from cyber threats: a world-class information technology shop. The 2015-2016 Intel IT Annual Performance Report showcases the depth of security, operational efficiency, and innovation to deliver robust IT services for business value. IT is typically a thankless job, relegated to the back office, data centers, network […]
For the lot of us, the holidays signify a relaxing slowdown, and a time for family, friends and merry celebration. Alas, the work of a cybercriminal is never done. As a holiday gift to you, we at Intel Security want to share the growing threats you should have on your radar as we enter 2016. […]
Automotive cybersecurity needs more focus on best practices, common ground, and standard platforms, and today Intel advances that cause by establishing a new Automotive Security Review Board. The ASRB will research and collaborate on auto cybersecurity technologies and products for a new era in transportation – one where a “Security Update” dashboard light may be […]